2.8 The architect must obtain the agreement of the client, whose consent is not inappropriately refused or delayed before the publication of other information about the project, unless this is reasonably necessary for the provision of the services. 4.2 With the consent of the client, whose consent is not inappropriately refused, the architect may appoint one or two sub-consultants to provide part of the services. Such subcontracting shall not exempt the architect from responsibility for the performance and completion of the Services in accordance with this Agreement. Such consent is not required vis-à-vis persons such as temporary or self-employed workers. If the client`s negotiating position is strong, as is probably the case in today`s financial market, there is little the architect or advisor can do to influence the choice of appointment. Not all demanding clients accept the riba form of the order and, therefore, consultants should of course get advice when changes are imposed on the standard forms, be it the RIBA 2010 agreements or any other standard form. 2.9 The architect may not disclose confidential information to other persons, unless the mandate contains information or drawings made by or on behalf of the architect and approved by the client during the development of the writing. 5.6 To the extent that clause 5.6 applies, remuneration shall be determined by multiplying the time spent on the provision of services by the hourly or daily rate indicated for the staff concerned. “Properly spent” time includes time spent in the course of providing services and travelling to and from the architect`s office. 8.2.2 The provision of the services and/or other commitments may be immediately interrupted by the communication of either party if: services refer to the services indicated by the architect in the “Services” schedule that may be modified by agreement.
6.4 The basic fee for the provision of services includes all royalties, royalties or similar expenses related to the production, use or exercise of an invention or design by the architect for the purpose of providing the services. 2.3.1 the need to instruct persons other than those mentioned in the project data to carry out work or services related to the project; and/or 8.2.3 0n Termination of the provision of the Services and/or other obligations shall be provided to the Client, at the request of the Architect, a copy of the Material which has not previously been provided to the Client, subject to the conditions of licence provided for in clause 6.3 and payment of all outstanding fees and other amounts due in accordance with Clause 5.19, plus reasonable copy fees of the architect. The recent riba agreements of 2010 are proving to be more successful than their predecessor of 2007. The strongest proof of this is the authorization of the ACA. Architects can now count on the protection of a large part of their interests with the new standard form and the simple constitution of contracts. Over the past two years, Stacy Sinclair has followed the tug-of-war between THE RIBA and the Association of Consulting Architects (ACA) to get the standard architect nomination form….