This section presents the aspects of the treaty that are particularly important for the project to which the contract relates. It is a timetable for the variables in the agreement and conditions. It is important that the variables are compatible with the corresponding operating mechanism in the agreement, conditions and timetables, as disputes can arise when one of the parties applies the contractual information without referring to the appropriate operational clause. The contractual documents of a works contract are generally constituted: the “contractual objects” define the essential obligations of the parties concerned. They usually consist of four sections: for example, the content of the contractual items is explained below in the standard JCT (SBC) construction contract. The recitals contextualise the agreement and act objectively on the basis of the contract. Seven recitals describe what is needed and what events took place. The certificate is the process of confirming that something is true or real or that a particular requirement has been met. It can be fulfilled: the articles of the contract constitute the contract itself between the parties, while the conditions of the contract contain certain provisions relating to its performance.

. The contractor`s commitment, i.e. the execution and completion of the work, subject to eviction documents. Describes the work requested by the employer, identifies the location, confirms the preparation of the design and parts list. Indicates whether the employer is to be considered a contractor for tax deduction purposes under the Construction Industry Scheme. Identifies the architect (or contract administrator) as part of the contract and gives the employer the authority to keep someone in the role of incumbent (or employer representative). The employer`s commitment, i.e. the amount of the contract or any other amount due under the contract (by modification and/or correction of errors). This is a schedule for sharing information made available to the contractor by the employer (this is optional).

This applies (together with three other recitals) only if the contractor is required to complete design work in accordance with the provisions relating to the intended part of a contractor. . . .