Standard Form Of Agreement Between Client And Architect Hkia

4. Funeral homes or supply undertakings which, on the basis of contracts concluded with the contractor or a designated subcontractor, are responsible for carrying out work forming part of the works shall be classified as subcontractors or subcontractors. Specialized Contractor: a person who is not a croque-mort or a utility within the meaning of clause 6.4 (1) and who is commissioned by the employer to carry out work directly related to or next to the work, but which is not part of the work, as provided for in clause 30. # Work that is not done recklessly can still lead to acceptable quality, as suggested by subsequent tests, for example.B. Pouring concrete in the rain, but this is a gambling game that should be avoided. # # Previously entered as « the contractor who receives the payment, or the settlement of the payment by the employer, as the case may be. » on the basis of a draft standard form, but has not been included now in the final version. Note, however, that clause 29.12(2) of the quantity form has similar wording. # # « assistant performance » means achievement by the third. # Subcontractor: a person who enters into a subcontract with the contractor to carry out work that is part of the work and includes a national subcontractor and a nominated subcontractor. # Changes were made as it would be impractical and restrictive to describe all warranty agreements for subcontractors or suppliers in the contract, particularly if the contract is awarded prior to subcontracting or tender documentation. Note that in the original text of the form, without quantities, « defined in the contract or, if not indicated in one of these documents », is grammatically incorrect after « the contractual invoices or specifications », as used in the « With quantities » form, have been simplified in the « Without quantity » form to « the contract ». # « taking into account additional and better quality information that can be provided by the contractor » – it is unlikely that the contractor will provide information for the purpose of obtaining a reduction in the time limit # How a final decision will be finally made is also a matter.

Can the architect carry out a final examination and adaptation more than once? This sub-clause does not allow for an earlier completion date. The contractor would clearly request a new verification if it did not agree with the architect`s « definitive » verification and would not object if the architect wished to verify on his own initiative. It appears that the « final decision » can only apply between the employer and the architect if the employer disputes that the architect has the authority to conduct a second final audit. As a general rule, negotiations between the architect and the contractor would continue until an agreement or dispute resolution is used. It seems that there is no room for these negotiations between paragraphs 7 and 8. How can the architect comply with the audit without fear of being challenged by the employer? The importance of « or otherwise » is not certain and should be of unlimited scope. « Within 90 days of substantial completion » would only have force if the architect remains firm and the employer accepts the possibility of dispute resolution. # Specifications: the specification mentioned in the first and fourth recitals of the article, which describes without restriction the types, standards and quality of the materials and goods to be used, the standard and quality of the required transformation, the way in which the work processes are to be carried out, the performance requirements and other issues and things related to the construction of the works. There is a general obligation for all parties, including the architect and the quantitative auditor, to act appropriately and expeditiously in all matters of the contract, including the granting or refusal of consent, approval or agreement and the evaluation of modifications and certification.

The term « to the satisfaction of the architect » is defined as « to the appropriate satisfaction of the architect » and the term « practicable » as « reasonably practicable ». .