0ACE. No part of this Agreement may be copied or stored electronically without the express written permission of ACE. ACE cannot assume responsibility for any use to which the contract can be provided. ACE agreements are industry documents for the appointment of consultants and engineers who offer current and flexible agreements to clients and consultants. A full suite is also available in Scotland. All our agreements are available in print and digital form. A license for use by large companies is also available. Rosemary Beales on what disruptions caused by COVID-19 mean for your legal agreements. Rosemary is ACE`s contract expert who knows deals by heart. Our agreements and contracts are industry documents that offer current and flexible agreements for both the end customer and the consultants. They offer clarity, transparency and security to those working on a project.
In addition to ACE contracts, we sell iCC and FIDIC contracts. In the rare event that a third party is required, ACE may appoint an adjudicator. On this agreementThe ACE agreements A (l) and A (2) are intended to be used when the consulting engineer is appointed as a senior advisor. ACE agreements B(1) and B(2) are intended to be used when the consulting engineer is appointed directly by the client, but not as a senior advisor. A(1) and B(1) are intended for the provision of services in the field of transport services and A(2) and B(2) are intended for the provision of mechanical and electrical connections with the ace agreements A.1, A.2, B.1 and B.2 published with this publication. This revised issue February 2004 Agreements and Service Plans are sold individually. This allows clients and consultants to tailor services to the specific requirements of a project. The project should be described at the beginning of the memorandum. This is the whole work to be built. It may be a phase or phase of a comprehensive approach sufficient in itself to achieve a useful result; it normally includes work in more than one discipline. As far as possible, the project description should be made roughly with quantitative data.
Professionals and contractors have been informed by recent cases (such as St. Martins, Panatown and Darlington) that they could be recovered either by customers (who did not suffer a loss) for and on behalf of certain owners/users, or directly from an owner/user who was not the customer and who did not have a contractual relationship with the skilled person or contractor. Such damages are normally only refundable if there is a close relationship between the customer and the owner/user and the skilled person or contractor knows that the development has been built for the benefit of that owner/user. The contracting authority does not have the right to recover on behalf of an owner/user, which is an exception to the legal rule, if the skilled person or contractor (as the case may be) has given the owner/user a direct guarantee of guarantee. . . .