As noted above, this practical note focuses on the 2010 RIBA type agreement (revision 2012): architect. The 2010 edition replaced riba SFA/99: (type of appointment for an architect in 1999) and RIBA S-Con-07-A (typical agreement for the appointment of an architect). – Fees and expenses: optional, it can be used with any of the 2010 RIBA agreements (2012 revision). – Services -Role Specifications, Design and other services. Consists of three parts: role specification, definition of responsibilities; Design Services, compatible with the 2007 RIBA work layout plan and suitable for use for designers in any profession; and other services: a way to adapt the agreement to the project. It can be replaced or supplemented with electronic calendars from www.ribabookshops.com/agreements The new 2020 edition of the RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract has been updated to comply with the revised riba work plan. We also took the opportunity to review and revise some of the standard clauses, following feedback from contract users and construction lawyers, to make them clearer and more understandable. In addition, we have made the following changes: The contract provides for full contractual terms and is suitable where the architect/advisor takes over an architectural officer for projects with a traditional form of purchase. It is legally advisable that both parties each have a signed original version. Therefore, you should purchase two copies of the contract so that the client and the architect/advisor have an original signed copy. You can also prepare your contract online so you can deliver final copies of the contract to each partner at no extra cost. The forms were not limited to be used exclusively by architects, as other consultants could be hired as part of the consulting and sub-consultant versions. RIBA appointments for 2010 included the following forms, all of which were revised in 2012: by creating your online professional service contract, you can create, modify, manage and display all your contracts in a secure location before printing the final contract.
For more information, see: www.ribacontracts.com. The RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract is a contract with a commercial customer or public authority and is not suitable for non-commercial work done for a client, for example. B for work done in a client`s home. A contract with a consumer client is subject to the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and riba recommends the use of the RIBA Domestic Professional Services Contract for work done for a consumer client.