supplemental conditions

contract documents

contract documents
Those documents that comprise a contract, e.g., in a construction contract, the owner-contractor agreement, conditions of the contract (general, supplementary, and other conditions), plans and/or drawings, specifications, all addenda, modifications, and changes thereto, together with any other items stipulated as being specifically included.
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Contractors should carefully study both express terms and implied terms in the draft contract, and especially look out for flow-down clauses, which are nothing but 'killer' clauses that transfer both responsibilities and liabilities that are normally thought of as belonging to other parties: for instance, unforeseeable site ground conditions, design responsibility, decennial liability, constructability, performance, warranty, consequential damages, exculpatory clauses, and incorporation of reference clauses forcing contractors to agree to supplemental conditions, drawings, specs, schedules, and other information that may not be provided as part of the bid package.
Supplemental conditions, as an attachment to the LOA, briefly explain the services which would be provided by each TCG.
This limitation would be stated in a special provision contained in the supplemental conditions and not be a part of the printed form of general conditions applicable to all construction contracts.
General Conditions, Supplemental Conditions, Specifications, Drawings, and Addenda (AIA Document A201-1997)
The general conditions, supplemental conditions, specifications, drawings, and addenda in this document are used in both AIA Document A111-1997 and AIA Document A101-1997.
These include clauses covering unforeseeable site ground conditions, design responsibilities, decennial liability, constructability, performance, warranty, consequential damages, exculpatory clauses and the incorporation of reference clauses forcing contractors to agree to supplemental conditions, drawings, specs, schedules and other information that may not be provided as part of a bid package.
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