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FIDIC Client / Consultant Model Services AgreementThird Edition AgreementGeneral ConditionsParticular ConditionsAppendices A, B and CFOREWORD. FIDIC Guide to the Client-Consultant Model Services Agreement (White Book Guide)Second Edition with other Notes on Documents for Consultancy. APPENDICES A, B and C. Third Edition —ISBN FIDIC has published the "White Book Guide" which includes comments on clauses in the.
The Agreement is suitable for general use for the purposes of pre-investment and feasibility studies, detail design, and administration of construction and project management, both for Employer-led design teams and for Contractor-led design teams on design and build commissions. The Agreement is suitable for international projects but can equally be used on domestic projects. In the preparation it was recognised that whilst there are numerous clauses which will be generally applicable there are some provisions which must necessarily vary to take account of the circumstances and locality in which the Services are to be performed. The clauses of general application are under General Conditions. They are intended for incorporation as printed in the documents comprising the Agreement. The General Conditions are linked with the Particular Conditions by the corresponding numbering of the clauses so that the General Conditions and Particular Conditions together comprise the conditions governing the rights and obligations of the parties.
Contact Click here for contact information. The Agreements comprise of the following: Terms and Conditions Annexure A: Schedule schedule of variables, amendments and or special conditions Annexure B: Services Scope of Services specific to each discipline Further Annexures: As required and identified in the schedule which may, inter alia, include the relevant tariff of professional fees and schedule of disbursement rates etc.
The following Suite of Agreements are currently available: There is no need to sign a separate Principal Agent Agreement for these disciplines.
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Affiliates of CESA. Member Login Username: Certificates Click to view ISO The Particular Conditions must be specially drafted to suit each individual Agreement and type of Service.
These pages must be completed for incorporation into the Agreement. This Fifth Edition of the White Book has enhanced the duty of care obligations placed on the Consultant.
The problem confronting the Task Group is that there is no common understanding of due skill and care or fitness for purpose either between clients and consultants or between legal advisors in various jurisdictions notwithstanding the wide usage of such terms.
In looking at this problem the Task Group accepted that the Client is entitled to expect that the professional services will be completed correctly and that all the specific contractual requirements will be met, and that if they are not correct, or any requirement has not been fulfilled, then the Client should be entitled to appropriate redress against the Consultant. This approach assumes that the Consultant is fully experienced and competent in the delivery of the relevant services and accordingly an appropriate stipulation has been added to the new White Book.
The Task Group, and the FIDIC CC, is satisfied that professional indemnity insurance policies do not cover liability for defective or inadequate services without evidence of fault or breach on the part of the Consultant.
Such insurance only covers liability where there is a failure on the part of the Consultant to use reasonable skill and care to be expected from an experienced consultant. The Task Group also examined whether the normal obligation placed on Consultants to use reasonable skill and care in delivering the services was an industry standard.
Part II of the White Book provides in Section A for entering particulars necessary to complete Part I and in Section B for entering additional clauses of a general and commercial nature appropriate to the particular assignment. This would cover such matters as joint ventures, powers of a manager in a management consultancy, liquidated damages, etc.
Although the recital in the Agreement Form refers to the Consultant's proposal having been accepted, it will be noted that the proposal is not included in the printed list of agreement documents.
This is because experience indicates that proposals are of-ten amended to such a degree during subsequent negotiations that it is better to prepare the Agreement incorporating terms as finally agreed and following the prescribed format.
In such cases, if a formal agreement is also required, paragraph 2 of the Agreement Form should be extended to include it, e. Two circumstances, at least can give rise to this: A and compiling Part IIB.
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