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The terms of the contract define the conditions under which the work is to be carried out, the relationship between the client, the architect and the contractor, the obligations of the architect and contractors, as well as the terms of payment. (Seeley & Winfield, 2005) Specifications simply complement the information specified in contract signatures and BILLS of materials. It describes in detail the work to be carried out under the contract, as well as the type and quality of materials, components and workmanship. A price nomenclature is a mandatory contractual document whose rate and amount column is filled in by a contractor. A specification consists of a schedule of the work to be carried out under the contract with the quantities recorded for each article, established according to the standard method of measurement work (Seeley and Winfield, 2005). Contractual drawings include architectural drawings, structural/geotechnical drawings and technical drawings of the building. These drawings provide information on the layout of parts, components, electrical, mechanical and sanitary installations, etc. The contractual documents required for all construction work under the National Building Code (2006) are as follows: The project health and safety plan is a document designed to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the people who will work or visit the site. It is also designed to control the release of toxic substances into the atmosphere and to control the storage and use of substances that could be dangerous to health. An overview of the project`s health and safety plan is presented in the Appendix. This working paper deals with legal documents.

It describes (from a practitioner`s perspective) some features of the documents, makes observations on the mental habits useful to the lawyers who work with them, and offers some thoughts to law professors who introduce students to these commercial products in the clinic or classroom. The idea is that we take inspiration from other people who make sophisticated objects and help beginners make them. Engineers, for example, study bridges. Mechanics study engines. Artists look at the sculptures. All of them take a step back and take into account the variety, characteristics, characteristics and manufacture of the objects, as well as the qualities required by the manufacturer. For us lawyers, talking in general about the characteristics of the products we make, whether it`s a simple riff in a class discussion, a comment on the sidelines of a draft, or a more systematic program, can help students build an institution with these materials and give a sense of the imagination and discipline needed to produce them. and reinforce important messages about practice and craftsmanship. At least that is the proposal here; A step back can bring a step forward and awaken a deeper understanding and appreciation of the product. This article is primarily intended for designers who are interested in legal and legal documents. For designers who begin a development process with an in-depth study of the user and context, the document provides information about legal documents and some of the ways lawyers understand them.

Construction contract documents define the basis of the contract, including roles, responsibilities and detailed description of the work or service of both parties, such as drawings, specifications, procedures, other conditions, etc. The order document contains enough information to complete the job or service. This is a contractual document that states that all personnel and equipment associated with a construction project are insured against loss or damage. Through insurance, all risks associated with personnel and equipment in a construction project are transferred to a third party. This is a document created to provide project participants with a thorough assessment of the work involved, so that the production team on the construction site can sort its main component and decide how, in what order and when to complete it, and to ensure proper coordination of the requirements of the work, materials and machines (Bamisile, 2004). . The project quality management plan defines the different quality-related activities and procedures that will be implemented as part of the project. It sets the requirements, gives guidelines, informs and shows the appropriate staff the procedures to be followed with regard to the quality management plan of the project. Reference is made to an example of a project quality management plan in the Annex.

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