THIS ACCORD made to ……… thereupon……. Day of………. 2000 and ……. between A, son of Shri X domiciled in ……… (hereafter referred to as “employers”, the term, unless it is repugnant to the context or importance of it, considered important and include its heirs, administrators, executors, agents, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer) of the ONE PART and Shri…………. The exercise of commercial activity in the name of partnership and style of M/s ……… with his place of work at ………. (hereafter referred to as the “architect” which is the expression, unless it is repugnant to the context or importance of it as important and includes for the moment each partner of that company, the survivors or survivors of the legal representatives, directors and beneficiaries of the transfer of the last survivor) of the OTHER TEIL 4. The architect`s deposit within two weeks of the employer receiving the offer rate.
6. Architects may not make any deviation, modification, complement or omission of the authorized drawings without the employer`s prior consent. 1. Presentation of the plan inside………. days from the date of implementation of this agreement. 13. The employer pays the architect, as compensation, a 3% fee on the estimated value of the work (including the authorized addition) or the value of the work actually performed and completed, according to the lowest value, for the work done and completed. AND The employer wishes to appoint the architects as architects of the building in question (hereafter referred to as “works in question”) and the architects have accepted this appointment under the following conditions. 1.
The employer names M/s………… Architects, as architects for these works. 4. Architects exercise all the expertise, care and diligence necessary to perform the tasks they perform in the tasks they perform and perform the general supervision and inspection of the above work, to ensure that the work is carried out in accordance with the above-mentioned plans and specifications and that the work is free of defects and defects. Architects are entirely responsible for the solidity of the work. (c) the development of construction drawings, the development of work and the preparation of all plans, health, health, sanitary, electrical, detailed cost estimates or other information necessary to establish quantitative calculations; 7.