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Manufacturing Contracts

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This chapter contains 19 articles on manufacturing contracts. Some of the presented articles are: definition of manufacturing contract, manufacturer's duty of performance, materials furnished by manufacturers, customer's liability to pay damages for changing requirements midway, customer's right of supervision and examination and contractor's right of retention. The manufacturer shall produce the main work by using his own facilities, techniques and labour force, unless otherwise provided by the law. Where the manufacturer employs a third party to produce the main work, he shall be responsible for the work accomplished by the third party; in absence of the consent of the customer, the customer may terminate the contract. In the course of manufacturing work, the manufacturer shall accept necessary supervision and examination from the customer.

Keywords: contractor's right; customer's liability; manufacturing contracts



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