Guiding principles for balanced and insurable client/architect agreements

The Institute's publication, Guiding Principles for Balanced and Insurable Client/Architect Agreements was first published in 2005 and is intended to be used by architects and their clients – including government departments and agencies, developers and other construction industry participants – and financial and legal professionals. It identifies some contract terms that are seen as unfair, and in some cases are also uninsurable. The principles in this document apply equally to novation deeds.

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