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FIDIC Conditions of Contract for. Plant And Design-Build Contract. First Edition, Page 3 of the Contractor submitted with the Letter of Tender. At the FIDIC International Contract Users Conference in London late last year, the pre-release of FIDIC's Yellow Book ("Second Edition") was. Enforcement of a DAB decision through an ICC partial award (co-author Mark. Tiggeman – Partner of the international law firm Kennedys);. - Schedule and.

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These are all referred directly to the Engineer for agreement or determination under new clause 3. This wording is wider than the existing clause Clause 20 of the new edition contains not one, but two time bar clauses and various other time limits and notice provisions.

Ensuring that claims are dealt with as and when they arise in a structured way is entirely consistent with the FIDIC theme of effective project management and dispute avoidance. However, given the current uncertainty as to how strictly time bar provisions will be enforced, both under English law and in civil law jurisdictions, it remains to be seen whether these provisions will have the effect FIDIC intends.

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The DAB is able to waive the time limits and effectively over-ride the time bar provisions in certain circumstances. This is a concept borrowed from the Gold Book but it will only operate as intended if there is a standing DAB.

New provisions at clause Adjustments to the Contract Price by reference to changes in the law The contract now references a Schedule of Rates for valuing variations. Interim payment certificates Clause Generally, clause The clause now includes an additional provision clause Clause These may be referred for determination by the Engineer under clause 3.

The purpose of the early warning is not to decide who is responsible for the foreseeable problem, but rather to determine how the parties can work together to resolve the issue and avoid a claim or dispute arising. At this stage, it is unclear as to what process must be followed once an early warning notice has been issued.

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Claims, disputes and arbitration Clause 20 is now titled "Employer's and Contractor's Claims". Previous sub-clauses 2.

Similar to the NEC3, the claims procedure set out in the revised Yellow Book is administrative intensive and is now one of the longest clauses in the contract, totalling approximately three pages. Previously, an employer was only required to give notice and particulars of a claim to the contractor "as soon as practicable" once he became aware of an event or circumstance which gave rise to a claim.

The revision aligns both the employer and the contractor to give notice of a claim within 28 days of becoming aware of the event or when they ought to have become aware of the event. The change to these provisions is obvious, the current claims procedure appears to be one-sided and slightly prejudicial to the contractor.

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Furthermore, the employer is now required to provide a detailed analysis of his claim, setting out the particulars of the claim, an explanation of the event and the quantum of the claim.

The prescribed period of 42 days in which to submit a claim after the claiming party becomes aware or ought to have become aware of the event giving rise to the claim is the same for both the contractor and the employer.

This deadline only applies to claims for payment or for reduction in the contract price and claims for extension of time, and replaces the 42 day limitation period for contractor claims in Sub-Clause The detailed claim must include: a detailed description of the event or circumstance giving rise to the claim; a statement of the contractual or legal basis for the claim; all contemporary records on which the claiming party relies; and detailed supporting particulars of the amount of additional payment or reduction in the contract price if the employer is the claiming party , extension of time or extension of the defects notification period being claimed.

If a detailed claim is not submitted within 84 days of the date when the claiming party first became aware of the event giving rise to the claim, then the claim will lapse. Maintaining adequate records is therefore critical to establishing entitlement to money and time.

Sub-Clause Conclusion The revisions listed above are only some of the major changes introduced with the Second Edition of the Yellow Book. This article does not address other major changes introduced in the Second Edition, including revisions to the defined terms Sub-Clause 1.

The new FIDIC Yellow Book: It's about time

FIDIC intended the revisions discussed in this article to bring increased clarity and certainty to roles so as to encourage active contract management and put more emphasis on dispute avoidance. However, they may also increase the cost and burden of administering the contracts. Overall, there are no earth-shattering changes to the allocation of risk between the employer and contractor, and it is expected that the Second Edition contracts will remain popular on international projects.Importantly, the parties may refer many matters to the Engineer without having to make a formal claim under the revised clause The Employer should recognise that.

In this event. This consent may require the Contractor to increase the amount of the Performance Security by the full replacement cost of these items.

As investment and construction continues to develop rapidly in Africa, it appears that the revised Yellow Book will be in the "hot seat" and implemented shortly. Any balance of the proceeds shall then be paid to the Contractor.

Following receipt from the Principal of a copy of each purported notice.