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This Agreement is made on [insert date] 20[insert year]
[Insert name of Client] of [insert address of Client] (‘the Client’ which term shall include all permitted assignees or other transferees under this agreement); and
[Insert name of Consultant] of [insert address of Consultant] (‘the Consultant’)
The Client wishes to [insert brief description of the [works OR project]] at the property [insert property address] (the “Property.”)
The Client wishes to appoint the Consultant to perform for the Client the services as described in Schedule 2 to this Agreement (the “Services”) under the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
Now it is hereby agreed as follows
Definitions and interpretation
In this Agreement the following expressions shall have the following meanings unless the context requires otherwise:
means the additional fees (if any) payable by the Client to the Consultant pursuant to Clause 12 for performing any Additional Services which the Client may instruct the Consultant to perform pursuant to Clause 12.
means any and all additional services which the Client may instruct the Consultant to perform pursuant to Clause 12.2.
means the parties who require a warranty from the Consultant as set out in Schedule 4.
means all reports, drawings, plans, specifications, calculations and other information and documents which have been or shall be prepared by or on behalf of the
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