Building Agreement Singapore
(1) The outlines of Singapore`s construction law 26.3.3 According to s 10 (1), no one can “an architectural plan, drawing, drawing, tracking, design, specification or any other document intended to govern the construction, extension or modification of a building or part of it in Singapore, “unless it is a registered architect with a certificate of practice or is someone who works under the direction or supervision of such an architect. In point 10 (3), the name “architect” or one of its derivatives cannot be used by anyone unless it is a registered architect. 26.10.6 Several amendments have been made to the act. Changes were made in September 2003 to reflect the abandonment of the traditional form of supply to the design and construction method. Section 7A gives the Commissioner the authority to give a mandate to immediately terminate construction work that poses a danger to persons, property or other buildings. In addition, the Commissioner may require the person for whom the work is being done to take certain corrective measures and other measures to avoid such a risk. You will find an example of the type of situation to which this section could be applied in Xpress Print Pte Ltd against Monocrafts Pte Ltd – Anor  3 SLR 545. 26.2.15 In addition to written documents, an explicit term is also found in diagrams and plans. In Sheng Siong Supermarket Pte Ltd/Carilla Pte Ltd  4 SLR 1094, a dispute anted as to whether the lease was conditional on the granting of the authorization to use premises as a supermarket. 26.3.2 Singapore Architects are regulated by the Architects Act, Cape 12, While the Architectural Act does not define who an architect is, “architectural services” are defined as s 2 (b) to include the sale or delivery for profit or reward of any architectural plan, design, tracing or other for the construction, extension or modification of a building or part of it. The standard form of building contract was first introduced in 1980 by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA). Since its introduction, there have been several amendments, reprints and editions, the last at the time of the letter of the 6th edition, published in 1999. The aim of the book is to help practitioners appreciate and understand the importance and impact of contractual provisions and prescribed procedural mechanisms.
The commentary of the clause provides a practical overview and detailed analysis of the provisions relating to relevant legal cases, both domestically and abroad, and, more importantly, the specific court decisions that have been decided on the basis of this standard form. For the simple reference, the book contains the standard SIA forms for lump sum Contract and Measurement Contract as appendices at the end of the book.