Jbcc Minor Works Agreement Practical Completion Certificate

After the expiry of the liability period in the event of a default or if the licensee believes that the liability period for default has expired, the licensee must notify the senior officer, who is required to review the work within the allotted time, to determine if there are any defects. If defects are found, the principal representative is required to provide the contractor with a list of defects that was established during the liability period and which the contractor must correct in order to obtain the final completion of the work. This is defined as the phase in which work certified by the senior officer is essentially completed and can be used for the intended purpose. At first glance, it is very open and refers to a subjective assessment. From the outset of the work, the senior agent is required to conduct periodic inspections and guide the contractor on these requirements. When the time comes, the licensee is responsible for informing the senior agent of the expected outcome of the procedure and reviewing the work in order to meet that date. If, at the end of this review, the senior agent is satisfied that the practical achievement is achieved, he issues the practical certificate of completion, unless the parties otherwise agree before the date indicated in the contract data. This is because the employer may not yet have made appropriate arrangements for issues such as the start of work and insurance. If the principal representative is not satisfied, he establishes a complete practical list of defective and incomplete items to be respected to the extent necessary for the practical conclusion, after which the operation must be repeated until the main representative is completed. Contractors argue that this process is often misused and that the list should be limited to incomplete items and that defective objects that may be respected in subsequent finishing phases should be eliminated.

The incentive is to avoid delaying the start of the liability period. Practical completion, completion of work and final completion only with the duration of construction. After the conclusion of the contract, there are still certain obligations with respect to the latent liability period. The liability period for latent defects begins and ends 5 years after the final completion date. This concept is neither defined nor set a date, but it results from practical completion. The procedure begins with the main representative sending a list of jobs to the holder, which lists defective and incomplete work that is being completed but is not required for practical completion. The contractor must correct the deficiencies in this list in order to complete the work. We examine the following terms, namely „practical completion,“ „completion of work“ and „final completion,“ as outlined in the JBCC 2000, Development Principle Agreement, 6th edition, and provide a commentary on the completion of each step, the consequences of achieving each stage and the overall problems for each stage of completion.