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Are Notice Provisions for a Delay and Additional Payment under FIDIC 1999 and 1987 Compliant with the Civil Transaction Code, Law #5?

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This article looks at whether the provisions which obligate a party to issue a notice upon certain delaying events occurring under FIDIC 1st edn., 1999 Conditions of Contract, Construction for Building and Engineering Works Designed by the Employer (FIDIC99), and FIDIC 4th edn., 1987 for Works of Civil Engineering Construction, reprinted in 1992 with further amendments (FIDIC4), are compliant with the relevant articles of the Civil Transaction Code, Law #5 of 1985 as amended by Law #1 of 1987. This is done by reviewing the applicable laws that apply and then the relevant provisions of the above FIDIC forms of conditions of contract.

Affiliations: 1: Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, Scotland UK


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