On this agreementThe ACE agreements A (l) and A (2) are intended to be used when the consulting engineer is appointed as a senior advisor. ACE agreements B(1) and B(2) are intended to be used when the consulting engineer is appointed directly by the client, but not as a senior advisor. A(1) and B(1) are intended for the provision of services in the field of transport services and A(2) and B(2) are intended for the provision of mechanical and electrical connections with the ace agreements A.1, A.2, B.1 and B.2 published with this publication. This issue revised February 2004 0ACE. No part of this Agreement may be copied or recorded electronically without the express written permission of ACE. ACE cannot assume responsibility for any use to which the contract can be provided. A3 to A6: Information about the project, the lead and other consultantsThe important thing is to identify the purchasing method proposed in A3, as the services to be provided by the consultant vary greatly from one way to another. The project is led by a lead consultant, who is the advisor who has been mandated in accordance with agreement A (1) or A (2). Otherwise, the lead consultant should be mentioned in A6 of agreements B(1) and B(2). Other advisors may also be mandated. If so, they should also be mentioned in A6. The right to recovery may arise when the customer has acted on behalf of or on behalf of others or has subsequently decided to act. This should be taken into account on each date and, if so, legal advice should be obtained on whether or not to limit the customer`s right to claim damages on behalf of such third parties.
One of the ways of limiting the recovery of the damage by the customer to the harmful damage suffered by him himself is to be able to add, just before A1, the following sentence: it is possible that, in circumstances similar to those of the Panatown case, third parties may now have the right to sue the skilled person or the contractor directly, because such an advantage was granted to them on the basis of the contract of the profession or contractor with the contracting authority. Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999. However, the terms of the CEA expressly exclude this law. A10 to A15: limitations of liability, etc. Agreements A(l), A(2), B(1) and B(2) 200213 companies regularly receive awards for excellence in their work and are generally considered to be the most innovative consulting and engineering companies in the world. ACE defends UK national parliaments and assemblies as well as the European Parliament and maintains regular contacts with ministers and officials to influence legislation and promote the expertise of its members. . . .