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9 Care of the Works and Indemnities, Exceptional Events and Insurance

Understanding FIDIC: The Rainbow Suite


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Care of the Works and Indemnities, Exceptional Events and Insurance

Care of the Works and Indemnities, Exceptional Events and Insurance

  • 1 Care of the Works and Indemnities is covered in the FIDIC 2017 Contracts by:
    • Conditions of Contract for Construction (The “Red Book”)
      • • Clause 17 – Care of the Works and Indemnities
    • Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build (The “Yellow Book”)
      • • Clause 17 – Care of the Works and Indemnities
    • Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Project (The “Silver Book”)
      • • Clause 17 – Care of the Works and Indemnities
  • 2 Exceptional Events is covered in the FIDIC 2017 Contracts by:
    • Conditions of Contract for Construction (The “Red Book”)
      • • Clause 18 – Exceptional Events
    • Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build (The “Yellow Book”)
      • • Clause 18 – Exceptional Events
    • Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Project (The “Silver Book”)
      • • Clause 18 – Exceptional Events
  • 3 Insurance is covered in the FIDIC 2017 Contracts by:
    • Conditions of Contract for Construction (The “Red Book”)
      • • Clause 19 – Insurance
    • Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build (The “Yellow Book”)
      • • Clause 19 – Insurance
    • Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Project (The “Silver Book”)
      • • Clause 19 – Insurance

In the FIDIC 1999 Contracts, Clause 17 was titled “Risk and Responsibility”, but it is now entitled “Care of the Works and Indemnities”, and although the Sub-Clauses within the FIDIC 2017 Contracts have been re-arranged, and clarification has been added, the Clause itself is broadly similar to the Clause in the previous FIDIC contracts.