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FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver Books
FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver Books
A Practical Guide to the 2017 Editions
2nd Edition
ISBN:  9780414058453
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Jul 2018
Format:  Hardback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver books provides a unique drafter’s-perspective clause-by-clause analysis of the 2017 editions of the FIDIC contracts. Readers will understand how each sub-clause is interlinked and how to minimise and avoid future disputes through the accurate interpretation of clauses.


Key features:
  • Provides a detailed clause-by-clause analysis of the 2017 FIDIC Conditions of Contract
    • Red Book - Works of Civil Engineering Construction
    • Yellow Book - Electrical and Mechanical Works including Erection on Site
    • Silver Book - EPC/Turnkey Projects
  • Takes the reader through each clause and explains their purpose and effect
  • •    Explains how each sub-clause should be interpreted
  • •    Provides information on the risks and pitfalls that can affect parties in their interpretation of the clauses
  • •    Details how each sub-clause is interlinked and the consequences of their being used or changed
  • •    Guides the user through how to use the various sub-clauses such as to minimise or avoid future disputes
  • •    Explains the rationale behind FIDIC’s decision to bring out the new contracts, such as resolving where previous clauses led to disputes
  • •    Gives an overview of the changes between the 2017 and 1999 editions and why they were considered important
  • •    Illustrates the concepts with frequent use of flow charts and diagrams showing how the contract processes are intended to operate

CONTENTS
1. Why the need for the new editions

2. Comparison of 2016 and 1999 editions

3. The Red Book
  • The Employer
  • The Engineer
  • The Contractor
  • Nominated Subcontractors
  • Staff and Labour
  • Plant, Materials and Workmanship;
  • Commencement, Delays and Suspension
  • Tests on Competition
  • Employer’s Taking Over
  • Defects Liability
  • Measurement and Evaluation;
  • Variations and Adjustments;
  • Contract Price and Payment
  • Termination by Employer
  • Suspension and Termination by Contractor
  • Risk and Responsibility
  • Insurance
  • Force Majeure
  • Claims, Disputes and Arbitration;
  • General Conditions of Dispute Adjudication Agreement
  • Annex Procedural Rules
4. The Yellow Book
  • The Employer
  • The Engineer
  • The Contractor
  • Design
  • Staff and Labour
  • Plant, Materials and Workmanship;
  • Commencement, Delays and Suspension
  • Tests on Competition
  • Employer’s Taking Over
  • Defects Liability
  • Tests after Completion
  • Variations and Adjustments;
  • Contract Price and Payment
  • Termination by Employer
  • Suspension and Termination by Contractor
  • Risk and Responsibility
  • Insurance
  • Force Majeure
  • Claims, Disputes and Arbitration;
  • General Conditions of Dispute Adjudication Agreement
  • Annex Procedural Rules
5. The Silver Book
  • The Employer
  • The Employer’s Representative
  • The Contractor
  • Design
  • Staff and Labour
  • Plant, Materials and Workmanship;
  • Commencement, Delays and Suspension
  • Tests on Competition
  • Employer’s Taking Over
  • Defects Liability
  • Tests after Completion
  • Variations and Adjustments;
  • Contract Price and Payment
  • Termination by Employer
  • Suspension and Termination by Contractor
  • Risk and Responsibility
  • Insurance
  • Force Majeure
  • Claims, Disputes and Arbitration;
  • General Conditions of Dispute Adjudication Agreement
  • Annex Procedural Rules


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