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Model form of contract for facilities management of computer operations

Model form of contract for facilities management of computer operations

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CIPS Model Form of Conditions of Contract with guidance notes.

Available in PDF format to ensure speed of delivery to the customer. Please ensure that your email address is correct – the document will be sent to you by email once payment has been received.

Designed for impartial use by sellers and buyers they provide a contractual basis upon which the customer can purchase his requirements and the contractor supply them.
Single usage models protected by copyright

As with any set of conditions, it is necessary both to understand the intention of the conditions and to apply them in their proper context. For this reason, these Notes for Guidance are issued to buyers as an aid when using the Model Conditions but it must be understood that they do not form part of, or legally interpret the Conditions in any way.
The Model Conditions aim to achieve a middle ground between buyer and seller being biased in favour of neither.
Some buyers or sellers will prefer to have their own conditions drafted which are in their favour to a much greater extent.
It is stressed that these are Model Conditions and can be added to or amended to suit the requirements of particular contracts by agreement between the parties concerned.
However, in order to secure the advantages of uniformity, it is recommended that such alterations be kept to a minimum.

Facilities Management
1 Definitions
2 The Service
3 Employees
4 The Premises
5 Right to Audit
6 The Customer Computer Equipment
7 Software
8 Third Party Contracts
9 Consumables
10 The Service Charge
11 Variations
12 Customer Responsibilities
13 Formal Performance Reviews
14 Nominated Representatives
15 Confidentiality and Data Protection
16 Intellectual Property Rights
17 Termination
18 Liquidated Damages
19 Liability and Indemnity
20 Statutory Regulations
21 Publicity
22 Force Majeure
23 Subcontracting and Assignment
24 Waiver
25 Notices
26 No Third Party Rights
27 Expert Determination
28 Dispute Resolution
29 Law

Book Detail

 
Publication Date: Friday, November 01, 2002
ISBN: MFCFM
Category: Model Forms of Contract