The following Construction guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
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This can refer to the Infrastructure Conditions of Contract (see below) or the International Chamber of Commerce (see below).
See Institution of Civil Engineers below.
In PFI/PPP projects which have a complex Information Communications Technology (ICT) component (such as a school), there will be a separate ICT contract between the Project Co and an ICT contractor for the delivery of ICT services and/or infrastructure. See Practice Note: Key documents in a PFI/PF2 project.
See Issued for construction below.
A term which is imported into a contract, in addition to those expressly agreed by the parties. There are three broad categories of implied terms—those implied by statute, by common law and by fact. See Practice Note: Implied terms in construction contracts.
An abbreviation of 'International Commercial Terms'—a set of globally recognised terms and conditions used in international, and sometimes domestic, contracts for the sale and purchase of goods. See subtopic: Incoterms (t
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