The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of the American Country Home and Its Surroundings

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Doubleday, Page, 1905 - Architecture - 330 pages
 

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Page 304 - Anything which is not shown on the drawings, but which is mentioned in the specifications, or vice versa, or anything not expressly set forth in either, but which is reasonably implied, shall be furnished and performed the same as though specially shown and mentioned in both.
Page 302 - ... contract. TWELFTH : The Contractor further agrees that no certificate given or payment made under this contract shall operate as or be held to be an admission on the part of the owner that this contract, or any part thereof has been complied with, or that any detail of the work has been properly performed, or that the materials furnished are of the quality called for by the specifications, in case the fact shall be otherwise...
Page 304 - Anything which is not shown on the drawings but which is mentioned in the specifications, or vice versa, or anything not expressly set forth in either but which is reasonably implied, shall be furnished the same as if specifically shown and mentioned in both. Should anything be omitted from the drawings or specifications that is necessary for a clear understanding of the work or should any error appear in either the...
Page 302 - The Contractor shall provide sufficient, safe and proper facilities at all times for the inspection of the work by the...
Page 301 - Architect within ten days of the announcement of such decision, then the matter shall be referred to a Board of Arbitration to consist of one person selected by the Owner , and one person selected by the Contractor , these two to select a third. The decision of any two of this Board shall be final and binding on both parties hereto. Each party hereto shall pay one-half of the expense of such reference.
Page 303 - Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence of 434 respectively set their hands and seals, on the day and year first above written.
Page 304 - The drawings and specifications furnished for this work are to be considered instruments of service, are to be used for this building only, are the property of the architect, and must be returned to him immediately upon the completion of the work set forth therein.
Page 301 - ... herein specified, or if the contractor shall at any time refuse or neglect to supply a sufficiency of workmen and materials of the proper skill and quality, or shall fail in any respect to prosecute the work required by this contract with promptness and diligence, or shall omit to fulfill any provision herein contained, or if at any...
Page 304 - ... to be subject to the approval of the Architect. All work and material must conform to the laws, rules, and regulations in force in the locality in which the building is to stand, anything herein specified to the contrary notwithstanding.

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