Building Construction Work Agreement

8. If the above work is completed in the manner provided for by the above provision, the architect must notify the owners in writing of the removal of their surplus materials and installations and, if the owners do not do so within seven days, the owner may sell it by public auction and credit the owners with the net amount realized. The architect must then establish and certify in writing what (if anything) is to be owed or payable to the owner, for the value of the building and the materials thus borne by the owner, the costs or losses that the owner must bear when acquiring the work to be carried out and the amount, if this is due to the owners and the amount to be certified. , the owner is paid by the owner to the owners or, if necessary, to the owner to the owner, and the architect`s certificate is final and conclusive between the parties. The agreement should mention the cost of different building materials used for the construction of the house. If we are not talking about additional fees, they should be discussed with the housing contractor. If you go for a package for specific extra work that is performed differently than mentioned in the agreement. You should receive a quote if you have to pay additional expenses. 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. 3. If the owners do not complete this work within the time frame set out in the above provision, the owners pay on the owner`s choice, but without prejudice to the other legal rights of the owner and other provisions of the owner, damages liquidated to the tune of Rs………. per day (but subject to a ceiling of 2% of the total amount of the contract payable by the owner under this agreement) for the period between the specified period for completion of the work. The owners expressly agree and authorize the owner to deduct, if necessary, from such liquidated damages from a staggered payment due and to pay to the owners within the meaning of this agreement.

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. 11. If the owner decides to provide the necessary building materials, he is credited with the cost of these materials and the value is deducted from the current invoice immediately below. 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.

If there are changes, they should be made in accordance with the agreement between the owner and the contractor. In most cases, there will be no change. The changes will be minor. For example, the layout of cabinets, wiring and the inclusion of additional power outlets and other aspects may be discussed by the owner, so that his interests are served by the contractor.