NEC3: Supply Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

NEC3: Supply Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts
  • Publish Date: 01/04/2013 15:40:24
  • Publisher: Thomas Telford
  • Page Size: 297 x 210
  • Number of Pages: 96
This document contains guidance notes on the NEC3 Supply Contract, which explain how to complete the SSC when it is used for a simple, low risk contract. The accompanying flow charts depict the procedures followed when using the contract.
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• Introduction 
• When to use the SSC 
• The SSC package 
   Stage A: How a Purchaser invites tenders for goods 
   Stage B: How a tenderer makes an offer 
   Stage C: How a contract is made
• Notes on the clauses 
• Joining subcontract
• disputes with main
• contract disputes
• How to use the SSC as a subcontract
• Examples 
   Stage A: How a Purchaser invites tenders for goods 
        A1: Title page 
        A2: Contract Data 
   Stage B: How a tenderer makes an offer 
        B1: The Supplier's Offer 
   Stage C: How a contract is made 
        C1: The Purchaser's acceptance 
        C2: Title page 
• Example Batch Order 
• Flow charts

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