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MF/1 (rev 6) Model Forms of Contract (2014 ed)

 

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MF/1 (rev 6) Model Forms of Contract (2014 ed)

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Author: IET Publication

Year: 2014

Format: e-book

Pages: 94

ISBN: 978-1-84919-805-9

Product code: PMPA108E

Who is this book for:

Essential for all contracts officers in private and public sector organisations, mechanical and electrical engineers, facilities managers, lawyers and in-house legal representatives.

Product description

This e-book version is available on a three-month licence, giving you access to additional features such as printing and cutting and pasting up to five pages at a time.  After the three months, you will have to re-purchase the licence to continue using the product.

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MF/1 has been revised for the first time since 2010.

Containing clear, simple language designed specifically for engineering projects, Revision 6 contains general conditions that have been adapted over many years to provide assurance for both parties involved with a contract.

A trusted document for over 100 years, MF/1 is the perfect document for use in specific projects, especially those involving complicated wiring elements.

Wording in Revision 6 has also been updated to ensure that the contract can be internationally applicable.

About the Author

Written by a drafting panel of engineering and legal experts

Book readership

This standard form of contract is recommended to be used by contracts officers in private and public sector organisations, mechanical and electrical engineers, facilities managers, lawyers and in-house legal representatives.

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