26.10.4 Notwithstanding the previous section, section 5(6) gives the Commissioner the authority to conduct random checks on construction plans and design calculations. The Commissioner also reserves the right to revoke the approval of plans if he is satisfied that all the information relating to the authorization contained in a given material was incorrect. 26.2.15 In addition to written documents, there is also an explicit term in diagrams and plans. In Sheng Siong Supermarket Pte Ltd v Carilla Pte Ltd [2011] 4 SLR 1094, a dispute was raised as to whether one of the terms of the rental agreement was permission to use the premises as a supermarket. 26.3.19 In the traditional construction contract model, the employer`s or owner`s commitment is as follows: (6) Amendments were made in 2003, To move from procurement methods to design and construction, give the Commissioner the authority to stop hazardous work and may require the person for whom work is being performed to take measures to avoid such a hazard The standard construction contract form was first established in 1980 by the Singapore e of Introduction Architects Institute (SIA). Since its introduction, there have been several modifications, reprints and editions, the last of which was published on the date of the 6th edition, published in 1999. The purpose of the book is to help practitioners appreciate and understand the importance and impact of prescribed contractual provisions and procedural mechanisms. The commentary to the clause for clause provides a practical overview and detailed analysis of the provisions relating to relevant cases in local and foreign jurisdictions and, in particular, of the judicial decisions taken on the basis of this standard form. For ease of reference, the book contains the standard SIA forms for the lump sum contract and the measurement contract as annexes to the end of the book. 26.10.2 One of the main features of the legislation was the conception of the role of an “accredited examiner”.

The accredited controller is an additional level of control in the design process. The legislation requires “any person for whom the construction work is to be carried out” to appoint an accredited examiner. The accredited inspector must be registered with the construction authority and have no professional or financial interest (except on the agreed date) in the work concerned. In addition, only qualified builders or statisticians with 15 years of experience in building design and construction could be appointed as accredited independent examiners, in addition to skills, standing position or special knowledge or experience. The aim is to clearly ensure that the professional stature of the expert guarantees his or her independence when appointed to the position of accredited auditor. The appointed accredited auditor is required to verify the main structuring elements of the plans and to issue a certificate and an evaluation report that they approve. This is the independent technical inspection imposed by legislation. 26.10.7 Further changes were made in September 2007 to update building management systems, improve building safety and increase the professionalism of the sector. 26.2.16 The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Sheng Siong. . . .

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