2. If the employment of the original designated subcontractor has been found or if the original supply contract has been terminated for a reason other than a breach or other delay on the part of the contractor or other person for whom the holder is responsible, with the exception of the subcontractor or the original supplier, an increase in costs between the original subcontract and the new contract or the amount of the contract is added to the amount. The replacement sub-contract or delivery contract is taken into account in the calculation of payment assessments and the final tally referred to in point 32. In point a), there is use of ”action or negligence.” Paragraph (b) uses ”offence or other delay.” They may have different meanings. An act or act of negligence cannot, in itself, constitute an offence. ”Standard” is an failure to do something that, in fact, should mean something below the treaty, but that can cover something according to the law. ”default” is different from ”lazy.” Old forms use ”Act or Neglect” or ”Neglect, Omission or Delay.” 2. The architect instructs the holder to enter into a subcontract or supply contract before submitting his offer in accordance with modified standard conditions or conditions derogatory to normal conditions, the architect, unless the holder has been informed of this requirement by a copy of the subcontracting conditions or the necessary supply conditions, gives an instruction that requires a modification of the differences between the two sets of subcontracting or contractual terms. 3. The holder returns possession of the website leaves it to the employer to determine it without delay, regardless of the possibility of challenging the validity of the finding.
If the employer defaults on the determination of the contractor`s employment, the only recourse the contractor has against the employer is a right to compensation. Since all contractual rates are supposed to include certain overheads and profits, it would be difficult to argue that there are no such percentages for overhead and profits in the contract (or contractual accounts). ”included” in the contract should be ”indicated.” 4. Where the supplier has raised its objection to the inclusion of a subcontractor or supplier on the tender list in its tender list or within the time frame provided for in point 29.2(3) and the architect deems the objection valid, the architect: