By Nael G. Bunni(auth.)
Chapter 1 history of the crimson publication (pages 1–16):
Chapter 2 The purple e-book is predicated on a family agreement (pages 17–48):
Chapter three criminal innovations according to the typical legislation procedure (pages 49–69):
Chapter four Drafting ideas (pages 70–72):
Chapter five the idea that of a depended on self sustaining Engineer (pages 73–82):
Chapter 6 a standard Re?measurement agreement (pages 83–92):
Chapter 7 Sharing of hazards (pages 93–111):
Chapter eight The strategies in perform (pages 112–121):
Chapter nine The Revisions — reasons and outcomes (pages 125–152):
Chapter 10 function of the Engineer (pages 153–183):
Chapter eleven accountability and legal responsibility of the Engineer (pages 184–207):
Chapter 12 The Employer's tasks (pages 208–221):
Chapter thirteen The Contractor's responsibilities (pages 222–240):
Chapter 14 hazards, Liabilities, Indemnities and Insurances (pages 241–268):
Chapter 15 functionality and different Securities (pages 269–292):
Chapter sixteen Claims and Counterclaims (pages 293–342):
Chapter 17 hold up in crowning glory and Claims for Extension of Time (pages 343–376):
Chapter 18 certificate and funds (pages 377–384):
Chapter 19 Disputes payment through Arbitration (pages 387–437):
Chapter 20 Amicable cost utilizing replacement Dispute answer (pages 438–460):
Chapter 21 FIDIC's different kinds of agreement (1993–1999) (pages 462–483):
Chapter 22 The 1999 FIDIC Suite of Contracts (pages 485–502):
Chapter 23 The 1999 pink ebook (pages 503–550):
Chapter 24 The 1999 Yellow e-book (pages 551–580):
Chapter 25 The 1999 Silver e-book (pages 581–598):
Chapter 26 Dispute forums with specific Emphasis on FIDIC's Dispute Adjudication Board (pages 599–633):
Chapter 27 an exact list of the changes, Omissions and Additions within the 1999 Yellow and Silver Books compared with the 1999 crimson ebook (pages 634–741):
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Additional info for The FIDIC Forms of Contract: The Fourth Edition of the Red Book, 1992, The 1996 Supplement, The 1999 Red Book, The 1999 Yellow Book, The 1999 Silver Book, Third Edition
The most important provision from which such inference may be taken is the arbitration clause where the place for arbitration has been selected. Other factors from which a choice of the applicable law of the contract may be inferred include the form of the conditions of contract adopted by the parties, the residence of the parties, the currency in which payment is to be made, and the nature and location of the subject matter of the contractual obligations. Where there is no choice of the applicable law Where there is no express choice of the applicable law of the contract and no inference can be made to establish such law, the principles of conﬂict of laws are used to select 22 Background and Concepts of the Red Book the legal system which should apply.
Its concept of remuneration is based on a re-measurement contract with a provisional bill of quantities which serves as a basis for ﬁnal remeasurement and payment, under certiﬁcates from the engineer: Chapter 6. — Its concept of responsibility and liability is based on the sharing of risks: Chapter 7. 7 The new suite of FIDIC contracts In October 1999, FIDIC produced a totally new set of standard forms of contract alongside those that were in use at that time. The new set comprises the following four contract forms: (a) The Construction Contract (Conditions of Contract for Building and Engineering Works, Designed by the Employer) – General Conditions, Guidance for the Preparation of the Particular Conditions, Forms of Tender, Contract Agreement, and Dispute Adjudication Agreement, referred to in this text as the ‘1999 Red Book’; (b) The Plant and Design-Build Contract (Conditions of Contract for Electrical and Mechanical Plant, and for Building and Engineering Works, Designed by the Contractor) – General Conditions, Guidance for the Preparation of the Particular Conditions, Forms of Tender, Contract Agreement and Dispute Adjudication Agreement, referred to in this text as the ‘1999 Yellow Book’; (c) The EPC and Turnkey Contract (Conditions of Contract for EPC Turnkey Projects) – General Conditions, Guidance for the Preparation of the Particular Conditions, 16 Background and Concepts of the Red Book Forms of Tender, Contract Agreement and Dispute Adjudication Agreement, referred to in this text as the ‘1999 Silver Book’; and (d) The Short Form of Contract – Agreement, General Conditions, Rules for Adjudication and Notes for Guidance, referred to in this text as the ‘1999 Green Book’.
3 In general, there is broad international acceptance that subject to few limitations, the parties are free to choose for themselves the law applicable to their contract. 5 In international commercial arbitration, the European 20 Background and Concepts of the Red Book Convention of 1961 provides in Article VII that the parties are to be free to determine, by agreement, the law to be applied by the arbitrators to the substance of the dispute. 4 The applicable law of the contract The law which governs a contract between certain parties and by which questions as to the validity, application and interpretation of its terms are addressed, is referred to as the ‘applicable law of the contract’.