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FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract

FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract

FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract

FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract 1st Edition 1999
- Agreement
- General Conditions
- Rules for Adjudication
- Notes for Guidance
These Conditions of Contract/ FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract 1st Edition 1999 are recommended for engineering and building work of relatively small capital value. However, depending on the type of work and the circumstances,the Conditions may be suitable for contracts of considerably greater value. fidic green book fidic 4th edition fidic epc contract what is fidic full form fidic 2010 fidic clauses fidic 1987 fidic rules fidic 1992  fidic 1987 download

FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract They are considered most likely to be suitable for fairly simple or repetitive work or work of short duration without the need for specialist sub-contracts. This form may also be suitable for contracts which include, or wholly comprise, contractor-designed civil engineering, building, mechanical and/or electrical works.

GENERAL CONDITIONS FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract
1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
2. THE EMPLOYER
4. THE CONTRACTOR
5. DESIGN BY CONTRACTOR
6. EMPLOYER’S RISKS
7. TIME FOR COMPLETION
8. TAKING-OVER
9. REMEDYING DEFECTS
10. VARIATIONS AND CLAIMS
11. CONTRACT PRICE AND PAYMENT
12. DEFAULT
13. RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY
14. INSURANCE
13 RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES

Foreword FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract
These Conditions of Contract have been prepared by the Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils (FIDIC) and are recommended for engineering and building work of relatively small capital value. However, depending on the type of work and the circumstances, the Conditions may be suitable for contracts of considerably greater value. fidic green book fidic 4th edition fidic epc contract what is fidic full form fidic 2010 fidic clauses fidic 1987 fidic rules fidic 1992  fidic 1987 download

FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract
They are considered most likely to be suitable for fairly simple or repetitive work or work of short duration without the need for specialist sub-contracts. The main aim has been to produce a straightforward flexible document which may be used for all types of engineering work with a variety of administrative arrangements, including all essential commercial provisions. Under the usual arrangements for this type of contract, the Contractor constructs the Works in accordance with design provided by the Employer or by his representative (if any), who is not required to act impartially. However, this form may also be suitable for contracts which include, or wholly comprise, contractor-designed civil engineering, building, mechanical and/or electrical works. In addition, the Employer has a choice of valuation methods. Furthermore, although there is no reference to an impartial Engineer, the Employer may appoint an independent Engineer to act impartially, should he wish to do so. The form is recommended for general use, though modifications may be required in some jurisdictions. fidic green book fidic 4th edition fidic epc contract what is fidic full form fidic 2010 fidic clauses fidic 1987 fidic rules fidic 1992  fidic 1987 download

FIDIC Green Book Short Form of Contract
FIDIC considers the official and authentic text to be the version in the English language. The intention is that all necessary information should be provided in the Appendix to the Agreement, the latter incorporating the tenderer’s offer and its acceptance in one simple document. The General Conditions are expected to cover the majority of contracts. Nevertheless, users will be able to introduce Particular Conditions if they wish, to cater for special cases or circumstances. The General Conditions and the Particular Conditions will together comprise the Conditions governing the rights and obligations of the parties. To assist in the preparation of tender documents using these Conditions, Notes for Guidance are included. These Notes will not become one of the documents forming the Contracts. Finally, applicable Rules for Adjudication are also included. The attention of users is drawn to the FIDIC publication “Tendering Procedure”, which presents a systematic approach to the selection of tenderers and the obtaining and evaluation of tenders. agreement contract, contract agreement.
Copyright by FIDIC International Federation of Consulting Engineers

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