In response to industry demand, FIDIC is currently preparing a subcontract for work developed by the employer for subcontracting, which will be supported by the 1999 FIDIC books Red1 and Pink2. In November 2009, FIDIC published a test issue of the sub-contract for comments. The test edition is largely well worded, but some pass-down provisions could be linked to a revision in the final version to be published this year. The dispute resolution clauses in the trial number attempt to address the three issues mentioned above, but unfortunately they are somewhat absent and pose significant risks to both the principal contractor and the subcontractor. Here, too, it is hoped that these issues will be resolved in the final version. For a more detailed comment on the FIDIC test sub-contract, click here. We often used this term in the graph. For example, in the case of a W-shaped recovery, there is a backlog and a contraction in economic activity. In construction, the back-to-back refers to houses built in a continuous terrace. It means the houses are against each other. In this context, the British use the term more often than Anglophones in North America. In the construction industry, it is customary for the prime contractor to use the services of a subcontractor to carry out all or part of a particular project for a client.
The client generally requires that the client be responsible for the entire work of the project. To protect their liability, the prime contractor will often try to make the subcontractor legally responsible for as much of the project as possible. Essentially, it is a back-to-back contract that is always standardist when a project requires the collaboration of several different entities to finalize the entire work. In the case of a back-to-back system, a dispute between the employment master and the employer should have a significant impact on the relationship between the principal contractor and the subcontractor, and vice versa. However, a principal contractor generally cannot complete the work alone – he can ask for assistance from several subcontractors. In this case, they want to make sure that there are back-to-back rules, so they are not directly responsible to the client for the work by a subcontractor. As such, they ensure that their construction contract with the subcontractor reflects their contract with the customer. The most important conditions are generally the obligations of the main contractor, including: for back-to-back contracts to function effectively, both the main contractors and subcontractors must be aware of this: back-to-back agreements are commercial sub-contracts that reflect, in whole or in part, the terms of a major contract higher up the supply chain. The way agreements are restored is to transfer the same rights and obligations from one party to another, so that those who perform the work or service delivery assume responsibility and are responsible for any violation of the transferred obligations, not the “average” levels or levels (there may be more than one subcontractor in complex agreements) of the supply chain.