16. If, in the architect`s opinion, the work carried out by the contractor is unsatisfactory or if progress is slow or if it is likely that the contractor will not be able to complete the work on time, the owner has the right to announce the contract at the risk of the contractor by having 15 days if he has the right to award the contract to the agencies. the costs it deems appropriate and the costs incurred in that account and certified by the architect are deducted from the money owed by the holder or recovered by the contractor. I need question immediately I get a 6% development, how do I save the 6% owner to the development builder please beat me if you want to start work immediately, you can go for an interim agreement. You should mention in the agreement that the interim contract is in effect until a permanent contract is signed between the owner and the contractor. 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 agreement should ideally include the details below Planning plans should comply with local rules 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. 20.

In the event of a dispute or dispute between the owner and the contractor, the architect`s decision is binding on both parties. 4. The owner pays the builders a sum of Rs…………. whose owner pays each week to the owners the amount that can be sufficient to cover the costs incurred by the owners for the materials used in the works, verified and certified by the architect, Rs…… on the architect`s certificate that the work is completed up to the first floor, the additional sum of Rs ………… on the architect`s certification that the work is completed and that the balance must be paid on the architect`s certificate, that the above works have been completed in all respects in accordance with the agreement and that the owners have, at their own expense, removed all scaffolding, fencing, materials and unused waste from the premises and managed the bungalow for immediate use and use and management. However, an amount equal to 5% of the total amount of the contract payable by the owner under this contract is withheld by the owner as a deduction allowance which, after a period of 12 months from the date of delivery of that bungalow, is fully due and is due for occupancy.