Frequently Asked Questions
Examples of the former can be found in the processes for early warnings, payments and compensation events. An example of the latter is the programming requirements, which are left to the employer to specify in the contract data. Further simplification has been achieved by removing main and secondary options and making it more of a one-size-fits-all approach.
We suggest you read the two contracts together and these matters will become clearer. They both have the same layout, with the same nine sections dealing with the same matters in the same order, so you can easily compare them section by section. Both contracts are of course written in the same plain English.