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Contracts For Construction Projects

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This chapter on the contracts for construction projects contains eighteen articles. Some of the presented articles are: definition of construction project contract, contracting, contract offering and subcontracting, content of contract for construction, superintendence for construction project, constructor's quality liability and contractor's statutory hypothec. Construction project contracts include contracts for project survey, contracts for project design and contracts for project construction. If the inconformity of the construction quality with the terms of the contract is attributable to the constructor, the contract offering party shall have the right to request that the constructor repair, reconstruct or rebuild within a reasonable time-limit and free of charge. If such repair, reconstruction or rebuilding leads to delayed delivery of the project, the constructor shall assume the liability for breach of contract.

Keywords: construction projects; constructor's quality liability



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