25 September 2014
Watch Peter Higgins, NEC consultant, and Robert Gerrard, NEC Users’ Group Secretary, discuss the types of Z clauses that are available and their impact on the NEC contracts.
The Z clause is there to enable the parties to agree additional conditions of contract to cater for specific needs relating to the project or type of project. In most cases, there is very little need to incorporate Z clauses. NEC contracts were structured to provide flexibility, and they offer a choice of main and secondary options to cater for a range of payment regimes and risk profiles.
Download the presenation slides.