These two model agreements are compatible with the fifth edition of the FIDIC “Customer/Consultant Model Services Agreement” (The White Paper) 2017. Fidic intends to publish guides on the use of all these agreements. Individual interest cannot always prevail. To succeed as a joint venture, members must commit to developing joint efforts to deliver and create services and to reach agreement on changes to services and other day-to-day issues. If members do not, effective contractual mechanisms must be put in place to avoid disadvantages or disadvantages for the joint venture and its members. The details of the joint venture agreement are not always available when the joint venture is created. The services to be provided by each member can be agreed after the client adopts the proposal. Before submitting the proposal, a less detailed agreement, a joint enterprise agreement before the proposal, can be concluded. This agreement should then be replaced by a final joint enterprise agreement if the proposal is successful. However, the objective of this agreement is to create a manageable situation where its members can jointly respond to a tender, submit a proposal and deliver services with the resources of all members appropriately. Each member of the joint venture is generally jointly responsible and is responsible for the provision of services under the main service agreement with the customer and any violation of this agreement. Compatible with the 5th edition of the 2017 Customer Model/Consultant Service Contract (FIDIC White Book).
This document contains: the agreement, the terms and conditions and 9 examples of guidelines for the conclusion. The obligations arising from a main service contract with the client, z.B. “Customer/Consultant Services Agreement” (the White Paper), are borne by the joint venture. It is up to each member to agree on the distribution of the same commitments and commitments within the joint venture, notwithstanding the fact that, as a general rule, each member is jointly responsible to the client for the provision of services within the framework of the main service agreement with the client and any violation of those obligations. At the same time, the division of tasks and commitments requires that the members of the joint venture coordinate their efforts effectively and effectively. FIDIC has developed model forms for two types of service provider connections – this Joint Venture Agreement Model and a Model Sub-Consultancy Agreement. Members of the joint venture should agree, at all times, to a common effort to change the scope of services and other challenges until the end of services. If there is no agreement, all members may be held responsible for non-compliance with their obligations due to differences of opinion among the members of the joint venture. (Members` names) – (hereafter … “members”) have agreed to create a joint venture to provide the professional engineering services mentioned above, with each participant entitled to invite sub-advisors to carry out one of that participant`s obligations, subject to the client`s agreement (if necessary) and the agreement of the participants, provided that, in these circumstances, the control and responsibility for the performance of those obligations is left to the participant at any time. The new joint enterprise agreement was designed to be for gu without a legal personality, in which a joint venture, under a service agreement such as the white paper, is the subject of a standard agreement such as this, in order to raise awareness among the members of the joint venture of what should be included in the agreement in order to reduce their individual risks and avoid conflicts between them.