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Translations of FIDIC publications

SACE has a licence agreement with FIDIC for translation of certain FIDIC publications. Slovak translations of FIDIC publications by SACE are authentic and authorized translations of original English text. SACE does not take any responsibility for non-authorized and modified translations of FIDIC publications. Based on the licence agreement SACE distributes and sells printed versions of authorized translated documents and FIDIC distributes and sells electronic PDF versions of translated documents.
Original English printed versions of FIDIC publications can be ordered at FIDIC section Bookshop.
Each FIDIC publication is subject to copyright. Further reproduction and distribution is not allowed. For more information regarding personal use of purchased publications and use of FIDIC trademark and copyright, please refer to section “Copyright” at the end of this section.

Fair use of the FIDIC name
“Fair use” of trademarks allows third parties to make reference (in text only) to “FIDIC”, but it is necessary that the usage be truthful, not disparaging, and does not mislead.

75 €

This Second Edition of the Conditions of Contract for Construction has been published by the Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils (FIDIC) as an update of the FIDIC 1999 Conditions of Contract for Construction (Red Book), First Edition.


General Conditions

Guidance for the Preparation of Particular Conditions

Annexes: Forms of Securities

Forms of Letter of Tender, Letter of Acceptance, Contract Agreement and Dispute Adjudication/Avoidance Agreement

(in slovak language)

Order

60 €

Plant Contract – Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build Projects

FOR ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL PLANT, AND FOR BUILDING AND ENGINEERING WORKS, DESIGNED BY THE CONTRACTOR
First Edition; 1999


General Conditions
Guidance for the Preparation of the Particular Conditions
Forms of Tender, Contract Agreement and Dispute Adjudication Agreement

(in slovak language)

Order

30 €

Short Form of Contract
First Edition; 1999


Agreement
General Conditions
Rules for Adjudication
Notes for Guidance

(in slovak language)

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60 €

Construction Contract: Conditions of Contract for Construction

FOR BUILDING AND ENGINEERING WORKS DESIGNED BY THE EMPLOYER
First Edition; 1999


General Conditions
Guidance for the Preparation of the Particular Conditions
Forms of Tender, Contract Agreement and Dispute Adjudication Agreement

(in slovak language)

Order

30 €

FIDIC Client / Consultant Model Services Agreement
Fourth Edition 2006


CONTENTS
Agreement
General Conditions
Particular Conditions
Appendices 1, 2, 3 and 4

(in slovak language)

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60 €

Conditions of Subcontract for Construction (First Edition, 2011). For building and engineering works designed by the Employer. Guidance for the preparation of particular conditions of subcontract. Forms of letter of subcontractor’s offer, contractor’s letter of acceptance and subcontract agreement.

(in slovak language)

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Purchase order is ONLY in slovak language: Purchase order-SVK

English and other versions are available online here: FIDIC Bookshop

Copyright
© FIDIC 2013

Copyright notice
Copyright © 2013 FIDIC, World Trade Center II, 29 route de Prés-Bois, Geneva Airport, CH-1215
Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved.

FIDIC is the only Copyright owner of FIDIC publications, which are protected by the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, international conventions such as TRIPS and the WIPO copyright treaty and national intellectual property laws. No part of a FIDIC publication can be reproduced, translated, adapted, stored in a retrieval system or communicated, in any form or by any means, mechanical, electronic, magnetic, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission in writing from FIDIC. The version in English is considered by FIDIC as the official and authentic text for the purposes of translation.

FIDIC Trademark
The word “FIDIC” used in conjunction with FIDIC product and services is trademarked in many countries.

Unauthorised use of the word “FIDIC” to designate a product or service is therefore illegal and in breach of trademark legislation.

FIDIC Copyright
FIDIC regularly updates and reissues the information and services it publishes so that users can profit from the state-of-the-art. By furnishing information or supplying publications, FIDIC does not grant any intellectual property rights The purchase or supply of FIDIC information, including forms for completion by a user, does not confer author’s rights under any circumstances. Consequently, this information cannot be published as translations or copied without FIDIC’s permission.

FIDIC discourages modification of the information and services it supplies, and only in exceptional circumstances will it authorise modification, reproduction or incorporation elsewhere.

Permission to quote from, incorporate, reproduce or copy all or part of a FIDIC publication, including documents, conditions of contract, web pages and similar supports for information should be addressed to the FIDIC Secretariat, which will decide upon appropriate terms.

A license to prepare a modified publication will be agreed to under certain conditions. Specifically the modified publication must be for internal purposes only, and not be published or distributed commercially.

Terms and conditions
The widespread dissemination, acceptance and use of FIDIC publications and their translations are important means for accomplishing FIDIC’s mission and are therefore actively promoted by FIDIC.
Users rely on the contents of FIDIC publications, especially FIDIC contracts and agreements, for important business transactions. The use of authentic publications is therefore essential for safeguarding their interests. FIDIC discourages modification of its publications, and only in exceptional circumstances will it authorise modification, reproduction or incorporation elsewhere.
In the case of FIDIC contracts and agreements, FIDIC aims to provide balanced and equitable conditions of contract by ensuring the integrity of its publications. A purchaser or authorised user of a FIDIC contract or agreement is thus granted the right to:

  • make a single copy of the purchased document, for personal and private use;
  • incorporate in other documents (or electronic files) either the original printed document (or electronic file) or pages printed from an electronic file supplied by FIDIC for this purpose;
  • draw up and distribute internally and/or among partners clearly identified Particular Conditions or their equivalent using text provided in the FIDIC publication specifically for this purpose;
  • reproduce, complete and distribute internally and/or among partners any forms, in both printed and electronic formats, provided for completion by the purchaser or user.