Engineering New Zealand Short Form Agreement

The client instructs the advisor to provide the services described above and the advisor undertakes to provide the services for the compensation shown above. Both parties agree to be linked to the determination of the short-type model terms of the undertaking, including clauses 2, 3, 10 and 11 and the changes that could be made below. After the signing, this agreement, along with the above conditions and possible annexes, replaces all or part of the oral agreement previously concluded between the parties. For more information on consulting contracts or to discuss aspects of construction law, please contact: The advisor provides the services as described in the attached documents. There is, however, another important point. The abbreviated form agreement, which is used regularly, contains a limitation of liability clauses. For example, liability may be limited to 5 times the tax, with a maximum limit of $500,000. Liability may be limited to claims filed within 6 years. Loss of profits, indirect and consequential damages are excluded. Proportionate liability clauses to limit the damages to be paid, although others are also liable. As a general rule, professional liability insurance is only required for the amount of the liability limit. Clients should ensure that they take this into account from the outset against the risk profile for their project, procurement plan and other business needs.

These terms can be negotiated with the consulting team to ensure that they are correct for the project. Enmore Consultancy Ltd executes orders for clients under the terms of the Standard Association of Consulting Engineers NZ « Short Form Agreement for Consultant Engagement » in April 2016 revised, the text of which is reproduced below. An original version of this agreement is made available to the Client for signature and returned such services to Enmore Consultancy Ltd. The client makes available to the advisor who, on request, informs himself free of charge and free of charge at the request of information, all the information he must receive and which can relate to the services. Without the client`s prior consent, the advisor cannot use the information provided by the client for purposes that have nothing to do with the services. By providing the information to the advisor, the client ensures compliance with the Copyright Act 1994 and identifies all property rights that any other person may have over the information provided.