to determine, in light of the agreement of the parties and all relevant circumstances, in light of the agreement of the parties. ( (ii) including a person appointed as an arbitrator on the basis of an arbitration agreement within the meaning of the Arbitration Act 1950-1996. (ii) the phrase is sometimes particularly used to describe a document that contains specific requirements for works, for example. B the British standards to which materials must meet. iii) The term is sometimes used to describe an informal or short document instead of a list of pieces. (ii) a quasi-judicial method of dispute resolution that does not fail because of litigation or arbitration; generally as a process that is both faster than less costly than litigation or arbitration proceedings. In this sense, defined by the Academy of Experts1 as “the exercise of a contract jurisdiction conferred on a third party to settle temporary or definitive disputes that arise without recourse to formal arbitration or litigation.” Pending the publication of the Latham Report2 and the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act in 1996, the decision was primarily used in the construction context, in accordance with section 24 of the NSC/4 subcontracting form (formerly Section 13B of the Green Form) to determine the right of a principal taker to invoice sums to a subcontractor. And bloom their bright red tones, blues and screams. A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J| K | The | M | N| O | P | Q | A | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y| Z ATS – acronym: “at the suit of.” This is a common practice for lawyers in correspondence and filing to send their clients back first. For example, if a client of a lawyer is complained (Kettle) and a complainant has brought an action against them (Sewell) if they refer to the case, they would write “Kettle ATS Sewell”. (a) by the parties to the arbitration agreement, or why, ats radaklous – only nine hundred and fifty dollars! (ii) the agreement under which the contractor supports the employment of a professional in a design and construction context. In the meantime, the Counter-Terrorism Team (ATS) was able to intercept telephone conversations between the Fidayeen and their hands.
(ii) A clause that deprives the parties of the right of appeal or conciliation until an arbitration adJ is concluded. (ii) in particular the architect with contractual status under a contract to issue instructions and certificates on various subjects. He may or may not have designed the works; its role is to exercise control over the works as they move forward. The “architect” is used in bulk in this sense and can sometimes include any engineer, surveyor or supervisor with this contractual function. (ii) as part of a guarantee, the party whose commitments are guaranteed. (ii) a contractor who normally performs work on a cost-plus basis, with the intention of awarding the entire construction enterprise. (ii) in particular the person affected in an ICE of the FIDIC contract. Precious little copper `ud fall into their `ats, I`ll bail it out! From them comes, no brains in their `eads, and wrapped beautiful and tight, ready to touch their `ats to all who look at them. And a general “urrying up for stror`ats, lemon squoshes and beers. (iii) The term is sometimes used in particular to refer to the delay in the release of deductions. (ii) The term is sometimes used in bulk to describe an approximate estimate of construction costs.