1237Wa Warranty Agreement Form

1240 Branch This section has been simplified with respect to temporary construction to place more emphasis on establishment. Access information has been extended and a requirement for first aid equipment has been added. The section is suitable for smaller/simpler projects and is also suitable for larger/complex projects, with larger and complementary content, available in 1247 Traffic control and 1250 Temporary works & services. Schedules will also be updated automatically to inform you if the specification does not contain relevant information. For example, the planning clause of As Built states that there are no As Built work sections in the specification if no title contains the relevant keywords. 1247 Traffic management This section has been revised and accompanied by AUSWAHLen to allow for the addition of project-specific information. The warranty period applies from an approved final inspection and five years for the work of the holder and two years for materials and goods. If the holder has obtained a longer guarantee period for the materials or goods, the longer guarantee period shall also apply between the holder and the contracting entity. Under the Construction Act, which was in force before 1 July 2015, a contractor was required to ensure that the construction work or parts of work built by the contractor, if used as intended and properly maintained, retained for a specified period of time the safety and use characteristics and the high quality necessary for the use of the construction work. The work guarantee applies to customers carrying out economic and professional activities or to buyers of real estate. This type of guarantee no longer exists for customers carrying out economic and professional activities. These warranty periods generally apply, but other warranty periods may also be recorded in the contractual documents.

In that case, the agreement between the procuring entity and the contractor shall apply in the contract. 1231 Contract This section has been slightly expanded to include provisional posts (in accordance with the terms of NZS 3910) and, where appropriate, to designate the form of the contract. The section has also been reformatted to match an updated Q&A. This section is intended for use if the contractual conditions applicable to the construction of the plant are not known or if they are known but are not prepared by the author of the specifications. . . .