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The JBCC® SSWC is designed for the transformation, renovation and addition of existing buildings or buildings that do not exceed three storeys high and are not intended to install sophisticated building systems or complex services. The contract is between the employer and the contractor. The employer manages the contractual relationship with the contractor, but the employer may appoint an agent who performs this task on behalf of the employer before and during the work. When an agent is named in this contract, the agent acts to the extent necessary with respect to the rights and obligations conferred on the employer. The contract is divided into 12 clauses and includes an agreement signed between the employer and the contractor, as well as contractual data in which all contractual variables must be collected, first by the employer to collect offers from the contractors and supplemented by the contractor and presented as an offer. Courses presented throughout the SA – relevant to employers, contractors and members of the professional team, including senior agents, architects, volume surveyors, etc. The JBCC® the data of the PBA contract follow the order of the clauses of the JBCC agreement® the PBA agreement – by the employer (main representative) with the place for the names of the parties and agents, a description of the works followed by the space by clause to collect relevant information, for example the law of the country. B, the composition of the contact form as a whole, insurance requirements (by whom, who pays deductibility), site information, functions to be protected, work to be done by designated subcontractors or a direct contractor; The dates for the completion of the work as a whole or in sections – and, if applicable, penalties and criteria for certification of practical completion; Payment “Conditions.” The holder completes the remainder of the JBCC® the PBA contract data, which details the nature and value of the guarantees, the registration of industrial holidays for the expected duration of construction, the payment and adaptation of the preliminary work, and the amount of the offer and the details of the contractor. For public procurement, a separate form of CIDB tendering must be completed to understand the importance of a qualified adjudicator in dispute resolution, we are talking to Professor MJ Maritz, author/co-author of various model documents for the construction industry and who has worked in several governing bodies and technical committees, such as the Council for The Quanti Reditive Profession (SACQSP) and the Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC).