A construction contract must be made before the actual construction work can be carried out, as it mentions the extent of the work to be done by the contractor and the levels of payment that must be released by the owner. If the contractor`s request is appropriate, the request is processed by the owner. If the lessor is not satisfied with the extension beyond a reasonable period of time, the contractor is required to pay damages. The owner should be able to monitor the work done by the owner and require modifications based on his needs. The contractor is required to supply the goods and products in accordance with the contract. There should be communication between the owner and the contractor so that the project is carried out without any problems. 5. The owner authorizes agents, employees, subcontractors and any other persons necessary to carry out the work under the agreement, free entry and exit of the building. The inclusion of a liquidation clause is not without risks.
The agreed amount may not be sufficient to cover the entirety of the damage suffered by the owner. Or perhaps larger than the amount ordered by a court. However, with a liquidated compensation clause, the owner can be assured of recovering a certain amount for construction delays and the contractor may limit his exposure. a) All materials and treatments must be the best of each type and be described in calendars. The architect`s decision regarding the sets, quantities and scope of the material and treatment is final and binding for the contractor. Specific marks indicated according to the attached schedule. In order for the liquidated damage to be maintained, the damage to the owner must be uncertain or difficult to determine in advance. In addition, the liquidated damage must be a reasonable amount and cannot be a penalty. And the delay in construction cannot be due to circumstances that are not controlled by the contractor, such as.B.
changes in work or extreme weather. Planning plans should comply with local regulations and full information should be made available to the owner. Various elements such as building structure, electrical wiring, plumbing, drainage, septic tank, water tanks and gutters, access to the road, landscaping and full description should be included in the agreement, so there will be no ambiguity. 18. The owner, who retained ownership of the land, only allowed the contractor to enter the property for the purpose of building.