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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. The owner may employ and pay others to remedy these defects and defects, and the full cost and expenses that result will be borne by the contractor or reimbursed by the contractor, by any money, including withholding pay due or by any other means. 6. The contractor undertakes to complete the work in all respects in order to make the house fully habitable on or before the house (project date). It is expressly stated that time is the essence of the contract. The contractor presents the work plan within 10 days of that date and weekly local meetings are held to monitor progress. If you do not pay according to the date indicated in the agreement, you can pay the fine. Similarly, the contractor is required to pay a penalty if he has not completed the project within the expected time frame. Even if the cost of different types of raw materials increases, the contractor should comply with the contract and it should be delivered on schedule. b) Architects have the power to order the removal of defective materials or works from the works in order to order replacement materials in accordance with this agreement and schedules. 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.
(9) Owners are required to appoint an engineer who occasionally receives, on behalf of the owners, instructions from the architect, and all instructions given by the architect are considered to be the owners. 12. This contract is executed in two copies, the original is kept by the owner and duplicated by the owners. Risk factors should be included in the contract to protect the interests of the owner. If you do not read the written agreement, you will not be in a defensive position. The supply of products and services is mentioned in the contract between the owner and the contractor. The standard agreement between the owner and the contractor will contain full details of the construction. The construction must be carried out as a local construction. The contract should include drawings and specifications approved by the relevant authority.