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SAA AS 4122

2010 Edition, August 26, 2011

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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT FOR CONSULTANTS

Includes all amendments and changes through Amendment 1, August 26, 2011


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The Consultant, exercising skill, care and diligence to the standard of care required in clause 4, has examined the Scope and agrees that the Services will be suitable, appropriate and adequate for the purpose stated in Item 5, except to the extent that, prior to commencement of work on the Deliverables:

(a) the Consultant notified the Client in writing of any ambiguity, error, omission, discrepancy, insufficiency or inconsistency in the Scope which would prevent the Services from being suitable, appropriate and adequate for the purpose stated in Item 5, and its proposed solution; and

(b) the Client has not amended the Scope to the extent necessary, if at all, to address the concern notified under clause 5.1(a).

After commencement of work on the Deliverables, the Consultant must promptly notify the Client if and to the extent the Consultant becomes aware that any Client Information contains an ambiguity, error, omission, discrepancy, insufficiency or inconsistency or is otherwise insufficient to enable the Consultant to perform the Services.

If the Consultant gives notice under clause 5.2, the Client must either:

(a) direct an appropriate amendment to the Scope; or

(b) direct the Consultant to proceed notwithstanding its advice.

The Consultant is entitled to an adjustment to the Fee and/or time for performing the Services in relation to a Direction under clause 5.3:

(a) where the Consultant has given notice under clause 5.2; and

(b) it was not reasonably practicable for the Consultant to identify any ambiguity, error, omission, discrepancy, insufficiency or inconsistency necessitating amendment to the Scope prior to commencement of work on the Deliverables.