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FIDIC contract types and major differences. The 'new' Red Book was intended to replace the Fourth.

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Expert legal advice should be obtained whenever appropriate, and particularly before entering into or terminating a contract. This letter shall be signed by all the persons who are members of the JV, shall be addressed to the Employer and shall include: a each such member's undertaking to be jointly and severally liable to the Employer for the performance of the Contractor's obligations under the Contract; b identification and authorisation of the leader of the JV; and c identification of the separate scope or part of the Works if any to be carried out by each member of the JV.

The marginal words and other headings shall not be taken into consideration in the interpretation of these Conditions. If it is another form of communication, it shall be identified as such and include reference to the provision s of the Contract under which it is issued where appropriate; c delivered by hand against receipt , or sent by mail or courier against receipt , or transmitted using any of the systems of electronic transmission under sub-paragraph a ii above; and d delivered, sent or transmitted to the address for the recipient's communications as stated in the Contract Data.

However, if the recipient gives a Notice of another address, all Notices and other communications shall be delivered accordingly after the sender receives such Notice. Where these Conditions state that a Notice or NOD or other communication is to be delivered, given, issued, provided, sent, submitted or transmitted, it shall have effect when it is received or deemed to have been received at the recipient's current address under sub-paragraph d above.

An electronically transmitted Notice or other communication is deemed to have been received on the day after transmission, provided no non-delivery notification was received by the sender. All Notices, and all other types of communication as referred to above, shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Law and LanguageThe Contract shall be governed by the law of the country or other jurisdiction stated in the Contract Data if not stated, the law of the Country , excluding any conflict of law rules.

The ruling language of the Contract shall be that stated in the Contract Data if not stated, the language of these Conditions.

If there are versions of any part of the Contract which are written in more than one language, the version which is in the ruling language shall prevail.

The language for communications shall be that stated in the Contract Data. If no language is stated there, the language for communications shall be the ruling language of the Contract. Priority of DocumentsThe documents forming the Contract are to be taken as mutually explanatory of one another. If there is any conflict, ambiguity or discrepancy, the priority of the documents shall be in accordance with the following sequence: If a Party finds an ambiguity or discrepancy in the documents, that Party shall promptly give a Notice to the Engineer, describing the ambiguity or discrepancy.

After receiving such Notice, or if the Engineer finds an ambiguity or discrepancy in the documents, the Engineer shall issue the necessary clarification or instruction. Contract AgreementThe Parties shall sign a Contract Agreement within 35 days after the Contractor receives the Letter of Acceptance, unless they agree otherwise.

The Contract Agreement shall be based on the form annexed to the Particular Conditions. The costs of stamp duties and similar charges if any imposed by law in connection with entry into the Contract Agreement shall be borne by the Employer. AssignmentNeither Party shall assign the whole or any part of the Contract or any benefit or interest in or under the Contract. However, either Party: a may assign the whole or any part of the Contract with the prior agreement of the other Party, at the sole discretion of such other Party; and b may, as security in favour of a bank or financial institution, assign the Party's right to any moneys due, or to become due, under the Contract without the prior agreement of the other Party.

Unless otherwise stated in the Contract, two copies of the Contract and of each subsequent Drawing shall be supplied to the Contractor, who may make or request further copies at the cost of the Contractor. Each of the Contractor's Documents shall be in the custody and care of the Contractor, unless and until submitted to the Engineer. The Contractor shall supply to the Engineer one paper-original, one electronic copy in the form as stated in the Specification or, if not stated, a form acceptable to the Engineer and additional paper copies if any as stated in the Contract Data of each of the Contractor's Documents.

If a Party or the Engineer becomes aware of an error or defect whether of a technical nature or otherwise in a document which was prepared for use in the execution of the Works, the Party or the Engineer shall promptly give a Notice of such error or defect to the other Party or to the Parties.

Delayed Drawings or InstructionsThe Contractor shall give a Notice to the Engineer whenever the Works are likely to be delayed or disrupted if any necessary drawing or instruction is not issued to the Contractor within a particular time, which shall be reasonable. The Notice shall include details of the necessary drawing or instruction, details of why and by when it should be issued, and details of the nature and amount of the delay or disruption likely to be suffered if it is late.

Employer's Use of Contractor's DocumentsAs between the Parties, the Contractor shall retain the copyright and other intellectual property rights in the Contractor's Documents and other design documents, if any, made by or on behalf of the Contractor.

The Contractor shall be deemed by signing the Contract Agreement to give to the Employer a non-terminable transferable non-exclusive royalty-free licence to copy, use and communicate the Contractor's Documents and such other design documents, if any , including making and using modifications of them.

The Contractor shall treat all documents forming the Contract as confidential, except to the extent necessary to carry out the Contractor's obligations under the Contract. The Contractor shall not publish, permit to be published, or disclose any particulars of the Contract in any trade or technical paper or elsewhere without the Employer's prior consent. The Employer and the Engineer shall treat all information provided by the Contractor and marked "confidential", as confidential.

The Employer shall not disclose or permit to be disclosed any such information to third parties, except as may be necessary when exercising the Employer's rights under Sub-Clause A Party's obligation of confidentiality under this Sub-Clause shall not apply where the information: a was already in that Party's possession without an obligation of confidentiality before receipt from the other Party; b becomes generally available to the public through no breach of these Conditions; or c is lawfully obtained by the Party from a third party which is not bound by an obligation of confidentiality.

Compliance with LawsThe Contractor and the Employer shall, in performing the Contract, comply with all applicable Laws. The Contractor shall indemnify and hold the Employer harmless against and from the consequences of any failure to do so unless the failure is caused by the Employer's failure to comply with Sub-Clause 2. If the Employer incurs additional costs as a result of the Contractor's failure to comply with: i sub-paragraph c above; or ii sub-paragraph b or d above, provided that the Employer shall have complied with Sub-Clause 2.

Joint and Several LiabilityIf the Contractor is a Joint Venture: a the members of the JV shall be jointly and severally liable to the Employer for the performance of the Contractor's obligations under the Contract; b the JV leader shall have authority to bind the Contractor and each member of the JV; and c neither the members nor if known the scope and parts of the Works to be carried out by each member nor the legal status of the JV shall be altered without the prior consent of the Employer but such consent shall not relieve the altered JV from any liability under sub-paragraph a above.

Limitation of LiabilityNeither Party shall be liable to the other Party for loss of use of any Works, loss of profit, loss of any contract or for any indirect or consequential loss or damage which may be suffered by the other Party in connection with the Contract, other than under: a Sub-Clause 8.

This Sub-Clause shall not limit liability in any case of fraud, gross negligence, deliberate default or reckless misconduct by the defaulting Party. Contract TerminationSubject to any mandatory requirements under the governing law of the Contract, termination of the Contract under any Sub-Clause of these Conditions shall require no action of whatsoever kind by either Party other than as stated in the Sub-Clause.

The right and possession may not be exclusive to the Contractor. If, under the Contract, the Employer is required to give to the Contractor possession of any foundation, structure, plant or means of access, the Employer shall do so in the time and manner stated in the Specification.

However, the Employer may withhold any such right or possession until the Performance Security has been received. If no such time is stated in the Contract Data, the Employer shall give the Contractor right of access to, and possession of, those parts of the Site within such times as may be required to enable the Contractor to proceed in accordance with the Programme or, if there is no Programme at that time, the initial programme submitted under Sub-Clause 8.

AssistanceIf requested by the Contractor, the Employer shall promptly provide reasonable assistance to the Contractor so as to allow the Contractor to obtain: a copies of the Laws of the Country which are relevant to the Contract but are not readily available; and b any permits, permissions, licences or approvals required by the Laws of the Country including information required to be submitted by the Contractor in order to obtain such permits, permissions, licences or approvals : i which the Contractor is required to obtain under Sub-Clause 1.

Employer's Personnel and Other ContractorsThe Employer shall be responsible for ensuring that the Employer's Personnel and the Employer's other contractors if any on or near the Site: The Contractor may require the Employer to remove or cause to be removed any person of the Employer's Personnel or of the Employer's other contractors if any who is found, based on reasonable evidence, to have engaged in corrupt, fraudulent, collusive or coercive practice.

Employer's Financial ArrangementsThe Employer's arrangements for financing the Employer's obligations under the Contract shall be detailed in the Contract Data. If the Employer intends to make any material change affecting the Employer's ability to pay the part of the Contract Price remaining to be paid at that time as estimated by the Engineer to these financial arrangements, or has to do so because of changes in the Employer's financial situation, the Employer shall immediately give a Notice to the Contractor with detailed supporting particulars.

Site Data and Items of ReferenceThe Employer shall have made available to the Contractor for information, before the Base Date, all relevant data in the Employer's possession on the topography of the Site and on sub-surface, hydrological, climatic and environmental conditions at the Site.

The Employer shall promptly make available to the Contractor all such data which comes into the Employer's possession after the Base Date. The Contractor shall be responsible for each item of Employer's Equipment whilst any of the Contractor's Personnel is operating it, driving it, directing it, using it, or in control of it.

The Engineer shall be vested with all the authority necessary to act as the Engineer under the Contract. If the Engineer is a legal entity, a natural person employed by the Engineer shall be appointed and authorised to act on behalf of the Engineer under the Contract.

The Engineer or, if a legal entity, the natural person appointed to act on its behalf shall be: a a professional engineer having suitable qualifications, experience and competence to act as the Engineer under the Contract; and b shall be fluent in the ruling language defined in Sub-Clause 1. Where the Engineer is a legal entity, the Engineer shall give a Notice to the Parties of the natural person or any replacement appointed and authorised to act on its behalf.

The authority shall not take effect until this Notice has been received by both Parties. The Engineer shall similarly give a Notice of any revocation of such authority. Engineer's Duties and AuthorityExcept as otherwise stated in these Conditions, whenever carrying out duties or exercising authority, specified in or implied by the Contract, the Engineer shall act as a skilled professional and shall be deemed to act for the Employer.

The Engineer shall have no authority to amend the Contract or, except as otherwise stated in these Conditions, to relieve either Party of any duty, obligation or responsibility under or in connection with the Contract. The Engineer may exercise the authority attributable to the Engineer as specified in or necessarily to be implied from the Contract.

If the Engineer is required to obtain the consent of the Employer before exercising a specified authority, the requirements shall be as stated in the Particular Conditions. The Employer shall not impose further constraints on the Engineer's authority. However, whenever the Engineer exercises a specified authority for which the Employer's consent is required, then for the purposes of the Contract such consent shall be deemed to have been given.

If not so stated, and the Contractor considers that the instruction: a constitutes a Variation or involves work that is already part of an existing Variation ; or b does not comply with applicable Laws or will reduce the safety of the Works or is technically impossible the Contractor shall immediately, and before commencing any work related to the instruction, give a Notice to the Engineer with reasons.

If the Engineer does not respond within 7 days after receiving this Notice, by giving a Notice confirming, reversing or varying the instruction, the Engineer shall be deemed to have revoked the instruction.

Otherwise the Contractor shall comply with and be bound by the terms of the Engineer's response. Replacement of the EngineerIf the Employer intends to replace the Engineer, the Employer shall, not less than 42 days before the intended date of replacement, give a Notice to the Contractor of the name, address and relevant experience of the intended replacement Engineer.

If the Contractor does not respond within 14 days after receiving this Notice, by giving a Notice stating an objection to such replacement with reasons, the Contractor shall be deemed to have accepted the replacement.

The Employer shall not replace the Engineer with a person whether a legal entity or a natural person against whom the Contractor has raised reasonable objection by a Notice under this Sub-Clause. If the Engineer is unable to act as a result of death, illness, disability or resignation or, in the case of an entity, the Engineer becomes unable or unwilling to carry out any of its duties, other than for a cause attributable to the Employer the Employer shall be entitled to immediately appoint a replacement by giving a Notice to the Contractor with reasons and the name, address and relevant experience of the replacement.

This appointment shall be treated as a temporary appointment until this replacement is accepted by the Contractor, or another replacement is appointed, under this Sub-Clause. Whenever these Conditions provide that the Engineer shall proceed under this Sub-Clause to agree or determine any matter or Claim, the following procedure shall apply: If no NOD is given by either Party within the period of 28 days stated in sub-paragraph c above, the determination of the Engineer shall be deemed to have been accepted by both Parties and shall be final and binding on them.

If the dissatisfied Party is dissatisfied with only part s of the Engineer's determination: i this part s shall be clearly identified in the NOD; ii this part s , and any other parts of the determination that are affected by such part s or rely on such part s for completeness, shall be deemed to be severable from the remainder of the determination; and iii the remainder of the determination shall become final and binding on both Parties as if the NOD had not been given.

In the event that a Party fails to comply with an agreement of the Parties under this Sub-Clause 3. The Engineer shall keep a record of each management meeting and supply copies of the record to those attending and to the Employer.

At any such meeting, and in the record, responsibilities for any actions to be taken shall be in accordance with the Contract. Unforeseeable Physical ConditionsIn this Sub-Clause, "physical conditions" means natural physical conditions and physical obstructions natural or man-made and pollutants, which the Contractor encounters at the Site during execution of the Works, including sub-surface and hydrological conditions but excluding climatic conditions at the Site and the effects of those climatic conditions.

The Contractor shall also obtain, at the Contractor's risk and cost, any additional facilities outside the Site which may be required for the purposes of the Works.

FIDIC Red Book

It considers the structure and key provisions of the contract. This flowchart sets out the process for claims by the Contractor or Employer under clause Commercial analysis: Companies globally are being impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, through both the labour market and their supply chain. Travel restrictions on Chinese workers are preventing the normal resumption of work after Chinese New Year and affecting the operation of manufacturing plants within China as well as the Chinese labour market outside China. A team at Norton Rose Fulbright considers the latest developments. Professor Nael Bunni of 39 Essex Chambers discusses the implications of the new sub-contract, and analyses how it differs from the Red Book sub-contract.

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Understanding the New Fidic Red Book: A Clause download

Opening chapters provide an introduction to international construction contracts, including the entire FIDIC suite of contracts, and there is also a list of definitions of key terms. Chapters in Part 2 provide a brief introduction to each of the Clauses and Sub-Clauses in the Red Book, and explain how they are interlinked. A final section provides a concise practical guide to the use of the FIDIC Conditions, and a summary of special provisions discussed in Part 2. Clauses 1 to 21…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Index of Sub-Clauses……………………………………………………………………………………

Buy this book in print. Designed as a companion for both the first-time and also more experienced user, the book presents an accessible guide to the 21 clauses of the FIDIC Conditions of Contract, using the Conditions of Contract for Construction Red Book as a basis. Opening chapters provide an introduction to international construction contracts, including the entire FIDIC suite of contracts, and there is also a list of definitions of key terms. Chapters in Part 2 provide a brief introduction to each of the Clauses and Sub-Clauses in the Red Book, and explain how they are interlinked. A final section provides a concise practical guide to the use of the FIDIC Conditions, and a summary of special provisions discussed in Part 2. Back to Book Listing. Key: Open access content Subscribed content Free content Trial content.

Concluding remarks Chapter 20 Amicable Seulement Using Alternative Dispute Resolution Introduction Methods of dispute settlement Direct negotiation Negotiators When should negotiation be used and what are the steps?

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