(a) the Contractor may, if the Contractor is authorized in writing or orally and subsequently in writing by the Architect, with the prior agreement of the Owner, omit or vary the work presented and described in the schedules, and the Contractor may not make additions or modifications without such power or instruction. You or your business may suffer from an unexpected (or opportunity) obligation to pay an owner. They should ensure that the ownership agreement has defined a method for appraising ownership shares and financing the buy-back. If you do not pay according to the date stated in the contract, you may want to pay the fine. Similarly, the contractor is obliged to pay a penalty if it has not completed the project within the time limit. Although the cost of different types of raw materials increases, the contractor should respect the contract and deliver it according to the schedule. b) The architect can work with the agreement of the owner, which are shown and described in the calendar, omit, add or modify. 9. The contractor shall cooperate with other organizations involved in the work of the building.

It gives them all the cooperation and support they provide. The completion period does not extend on this account. The contractor must repair the damage caused to the building by the works of the electricity, sewerage and water distribution operators, for which he is paid accordingly. There should be no conflict in the payment method. The method of payment can be made by cash, check or electronic transfer of money, in accordance with the mutual agreement. The law of the land should be respected so that there are no problems. You can settle the payment at the end of the month. If you are not able to pay large bills immediately, you can negotiate with the contractor so that the payment of the invoice is made in instalments. It is therefore necessary to clarify the frequency of payments and the volume of payments. If the agreement is signed, it cannot be amended at a later date, unless it is agreed by both parties. It is necessary to be satisfied with the contractual conditions enjoyed by both parties (owners and contractors). If you are not satisfied with the contractual conditions, you should be able to negotiate with the contractor.

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