Municipalities fidic contracts law and practice pdf free download establish and maintain a register of tenancy contracts. All tenancy contracts of less than four years, whether existing prior to Resolution No.
31 January 2011 or entered into after that date, must now be registered. Landlords have until 31 July 2011 to ensure that all registrations have been completed. If a tenancy contract is not correctly registered in accordance with Regulation No. Municipality of Abu Dhabi City introduced an online system known as Tawtheeq for the registration of letting properties and tenancy contracts throughout the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The system will operate online and information will only be available to landlords and their appointed property managers. All tenancy contracts must be either in English and Arabic or in Arabic only. Tenancy contracts in English only will be rejected by Tawtheeq.
Certain key information must be included in the tenancy contract and this will be inputted into the Tawtheeq system. It is expected that Tawtheeq will publish a compulsory standard form tenancy contract which will set out this key information. Once the landlord has been registered to use the Tawtheeq system and has added details of all his lettable properties the registration process should only take a few minutes per property. The landlord will input details of each tenancy contract online and upload a copy of the signed tenancy contract.
When the landlord applies to register all the properties he lets with Tawtheeq a registration fee of AED1,000 per property will be charged. Once the landlord’s properties have been registered the grant, expiry or amendment of all tenancy contracts must be added. The current fee to register the grant of a tenancy contract is AED100 and the fee to register amendments to a tenancy contract or its expiry is AED50. If appropriate, the tenancy contract or amendment will then be registered with Tawtheeq and the cost of registration will be borne by the landlord. Under the current law, a landlord may not request that a tenant vacates premises at the end of the term of the tenancy contract or lease except in very limited circumstances. How to Convert your Property to a Waqf? Which FIDIC Contract should I use?
Which FIDIC Course should I attend? Multilateral Development Bank Harmonised Harmonised Ed. For Building and Engineering Works designed by the Employer. Conditions of Contract for Construction, which are recommended for building and engineering works designed by the Employer or by his representative, the Engineer.
Under the usual arrangements for this type of contract, the Contractor constructs the works in accordance with a design provided by the Employer. Improved interactivity will allow you to scroll through the document easily using a navigation menu and opening referenced clauses and sub clauses in a pop up environment. You will also be able to access definition of all referenced terms. FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Construction as part of the Standard Bidding Documents which the MDBs require their borrowers or aid recipients to follow. MDBs as significant, as were the benefits of standardisation. In response, the HOPs resolved to harmonise their bid documents on an international basis, by making use of the FIDIC General Conditions. FIDIC also recognised the major benefits to the users of the contracts of harmonisation and the inclusion in the General Conditions of the main common changes required by Particular Conditions in MDB contracts.
Accordingly, the Federation was pleased to work with the HOPs to produce this MDB Harmonised Edition of the 1999 Conditions for MDB financed contracts. It is believed that the modified, or harmonised document, will simplify use of the FIDIC Conditions of Contract not only for the MDBs and their borrowers, but also for others involved with project procurement, such as consulting engineers, contractors and contract specialists working on MDB financed projects. Use of the harmonised conditions should significantly reduce the number of additions and amendments to be included in the Particular Conditions. Nevertheless, most projects will have special requirements which will necessitate some specific changes.
This harmonised document therefore contains provision for Particular Conditions, as has become the practice in other FIDIC documents. Securities, Bonds, Guarantees and Dispute Board agreements. In general, this harmonised document follows earlier FIDIC risk sharing principles for the types of contract for which they were prepared. In most cases, the amendments which have been made to produce the MDB Harmonised Edition of the FIDIC General Conditions for Construction are those arising from the requirements of the MDBs, except for some minor changes of an editorial nature. However, in the case of the dispute provisions contained in Clauses 20.
8 and in the associated Appendix, the opportunity has been taken to make other amendments which FIDIC considers an improvement on earlier wording in the Construction Contract, 1st Edition 1999. The insurance provisions given in Clause 18 of the document remain unchanged from the 1st Edition 1999, although some commentators have suggested an alternative approach to dealing with this specialised topic. In particular, Employers may wish to consider arranging for a dedicated single policy for the project which would cover all necessary insurances. The advantage of such an approach is that it would avoid gaps or other misunderstandings in the insurances provided, including possible duplication of cover. If an Employer decides to arrange a single insurance policy, then a copy of that policy should be made available to tenderers during the tender period. FIDIC recommends that Employers should obtain, at an early stage of project procurement, expert advice on insurance matters. It is understood that all of them will adopt this edition of the FIDIC document in their Standard Bidding Documents.