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Liability and Indemnification
Concession Contract:
Liability and Indemnity
The concessionaire shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the contracting authority
from and against, all liabilities, damages, losses, expenses and claims of any nature
whatsoever for personal injury and for damage to or loss of any property arising out of
or in any way connected with the indemnifying party’s performance of this Agreement
except to the extent that such injury, damage or loss is attributable to a negligent or
reckless act or omission of the party seeking to be indemnified.
Environmental Damage
The concessionaire shall be liable for, and shall defend, indemnify and hold the contracting
authority harmless from and against, all liabilities, damages, losses, expenses and
claims caused by environmental contamination from the construction, operation and
maintenance of the Project, except when such losses, expenses or claims are solely
attributable to the negligent or reckless act or omission of the contracting authority [or
to the very existence of the Motorway itself].
Joint Responsibility
In the event that any loss or damage referred to in Clause x or y is caused only in part
by the negligent or intentional act or omission of the contracting authority and in part
by the act or omission of the concessionaire, each party shall be liable to the other only
in proportion to its relative degree of fault.

Liability for information provided by the contracting authority
The contracting authority makes no warranty in respect of and shall not be held liable
for the accuracy of any information, drawings, designs or other documents of whatever
nature relating to the Project provided by the contracting authority.
Survival
The obligations under Clauses x, y, and z above shall survive termination of this
Agreement.
2: O&M Contract:
Operator’s Indemnity
Save to the extent that the Operator is entitled to an indemnity from the DBFO Co
under Clause X (the DBFO Co’s Indemnities) and subject to Clause Y, the Operator shall
indemnify and keep indemnified the DBFO Co from and against any Claims or Losses of
any person (including, without limitation, the Secretary of State) if and to the extent
that such Claims or Losses arise out of, or in the course of or in connection with a
breach of this Agreement or other negligence, omission or default by the Operator,
its contractors or subcontractors of any tier or agents or its or their employees (save
where and to the extent that the Operator is relieved of liability in respect of any such
breach, negligence, omission or default by the terms of this Agreement) including but
not limited to any breach of the warranties contained in Clause Z or any other act,
neglect or omission of the Operator, its contractors or sub-contractors of any tier or
agents or its or their employees except and to the extent that action by the DBFO Co in
respect of such Claims or Losses is prohibited by the proviso to Clause XX.
3: Design Build Contract:
1. Limitation of operator’s liability
The aggregate liability of Operator to Developer arising from or in connection with this
Contract shall in no circumstances whatsoever exceed an amount equal to six months of
the Operation Fee due to Operator under Section 2 of Appendix 5.
2 Operator’s indemnity
2.1. Subject to Sections X and Y hereof, Operator shall indemnify and hold
harmless Developer and its officers for all damages, costs, claims, suits, liabilities,
expenses or actions suffered or incurred by Developer as a consequence of third
party claims to the extend caused by any negligent act or default or omission or
Operator, its employees, contractors and/or Subcontractors in the performance of
its obligation under this Contract.
2.2. Subject to Sections X and Y hereof, and without prejudice to the generality
of Section
2.3. Hereof, Operator shall indemnify and hold Developer harmless from any
fines, penalties and hold Developer harmless from any fines, penalties and similar
charges which may be attributed to or imposed on or asserted against Developer
by reason of the failure of Operator to comply fully with all Governmental
Approvals, save to the extent such failure was caused by an act or omission of
Developer (or its agents, employees or contractors).
3. Developer’s indemnity
Developer shall indemnify and hold harmless Operator and its officers for all damages,
costs, claims, suits, liabilities, expenses or actions (“Claims”) suffered or incurred by
Operator as a consequence of the performance of the Services to the extent:

Such Claims arise in connection with error or defaults in the design and/or
the construction of the Toll Road.
4: O&M Agreement:
Operator’s Indemnity
The Operator shall indemnify and hold harmless the Company and its officers for all
damages, costs, claims, suits, liabilities expenses or actions suffered or incurred by
the Company as a consequence of third party claims caused by negligence or default or
omission by the Operator in the performance of its obligations under this Agreement.
Sample Contractual Clauses on Dispute Resolution

SECTION n.1 Governing Law
The rights and obligations of the parties under or pursuant to the Operational subsidy
Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Arbitration
The parties hereto will use their best efforts to settle amicably all disputes arising
out of or in connection with the [Project Agreements] or the interpretation thereof.
Any dispute which cannot be settled amicably within thirty (30) days after receipt
by one party of the other party’s request to do so may be submitted by either party
to arbitration. Each dispute submitted by the parties to arbitration shall be heard by
an arbitration panel composed of three (3) arbitrators. Each party shall appoint one
arbitrator, and these two will appoint the third arbitrator who shall chair the arbitration
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panel. The third arbitrator shall be able to speak English and shall have a knowledge
of [host government] law and financial transactions. Arbitration proceedings shall be
conducted in [Geographic Location] and in accordance with the rules of procedure for
arbitration of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
as in force at the date of the commencement of the arbitration. Arbitration shall be
conducted in the English language. Any award provided by the arbitral tribunal shall be
final and binding unless otherwise decided by the arbitral tribunal.
In the event that the two arbitrators appointed by the parties cannot reach agreement
on the appointment of the third arbitrator, the President of the International Court of
Arbitration of the ICC shall be asked to appoint an appropriate person to act as the
third arbitrator. The decision of the President of the International Court of Arbitration in
respect of such appointment shall be binding on the parties. If, and only to the extent
that, [Host Country] law fails to address an issue arising under the [Project Agreements],
the parties shall authorize the arbitrators to apply relevant international practices.
SECTION n.3 Multiparty Dispute Resolution
The Parties shall agree to join any dispute resolution proceeding under this Agreement
with any other dispute resolution pending in respect of any other Project Contract
relating to substantially the same matter.
SECTION n.4 Performance During Dispute Resolution
Pending the submission of a dispute, controversy or claim to the Arbitration Panel and
thereafter until the final decision of the Arbitration Panel, the Parties shall continue
to perform all of their obligations under this Agreement, without prejudice to a final
adjustment in accordance with such decision.
SECTION n.5 Waiver of Sovereign Immunity
Each Party hereto unconditionally and irrevocably:

agrees that should any proceedings be brought against it or its assets,
other than the assets protected by the diplomatic and consular privileges under
the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act or any analogous legislation (“Exempted
Assets”) in any jurisdiction, in relation to this Agreement or any transaction
contemplated by this Agreement, no immunity, sovereign or otherwise, from such
proceedings, executions, attachment or other legal process shall be claimed by or
on behalf of itself or with respect to any of its assets (other than the Exempted
Assets);

consents generally in respect of the enforcement of any judgment against it
in any proceedings in any jurisdiction to the giving of any relief or the issue of
any process in connection with such proceedings including without limitation
the making, enforcement or execution against or in respect of any property
irrespective of its use or intended use subject to Sub clause (b) above.
n. Dispute Resolution
n.1 Amicable settlement
If any dispute arises in connection with this Agreement, either party may give notice
to the other party of the same, whereupon the parties shall meet promptly and in good
faith attempt to reach an amicable settlement.
n.2 Panel of Experts
n.2.1 The Panel of Experts shall be comprised of [either one or three suitably
technically qualified members. The members can either be named in the contract,
or a procedure for their appointment and replacement should be specified.]
n.2.2 In the event that the parties do not resolve a dispute, controversy or claim
in accordance with Clause 24.1 within [twenty (20)] days of notice of the dispute
being given, then either party may refer the dispute to the Panel of Experts.
n.2.3 The party who initially issued the notice of intention to refer the matter to
the Panel of Experts shall within ten (10) days of such notice submit to the Panel
of Experts and to the other party the following written documents:

copies of relevant documentary evidence in support.
n.2.4 Within ten (10) days of receipt of the above documents, the other party
shall submit:

copies of relevant documentary evidence in support.
n.2.5 The Panel of Experts may call for such further documentary evidence and/
or interview such persons as they deem necessary in order to reach their decision.
n.2.6 The Panel of Experts shall reach a majority decision and give notice to the
parties of their decision within twenty (20) days of receipt of the documents
provided under Clause 24.2.4. The decision of the Panel of Experts shall be binding
unless one party issues a notice of intention to refer the matter to arbitration in
accordance with Clause [ ].
n.2.7 The costs of the engaging the Panel of Experts shall be borne equally by
the Parties, and each Party shall bear its own costs of preparing the materials for
and making presentations to the Panel of Experts.

n.3 Arbitration
All disputes arising in connection with this Agreement, which are not settled in accordance
with Clauses 24.1 or 24.2, shall be finally settled under the Rules of [Conciliation and
Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce] by three arbitrators appointed
in accordance with the said Rules. The language of the arbitration proceedings shall be
[English] and the place of the arbitration shall be [Geographic Location]. The applicable
law shall be the law of [Country].
n.4 Waiver of Sovereign Immunity
To the extent that the Grantor may in any jurisdiction claim for itself or its assets or
revenues immunity from suit, execution, attachment or other legal process, the Grantor
hereby agrees not to claim and hereby irrevocably waives such immunity to the full
extent permitted by the laws of such jurisdiction.
n.5 Survival
The dispute resolution provisions contained in this Clause 22 shall survive termination
of this Agreement.

Section n.1 Amicable Settlement
In the event that any dispute, controversy or claim arises among the Party in connection
with this Agreement or the interpretation of any of its provisions or upon the occurrence
of an Event of Default, each Party shall appoint one senior representative who is not
involved in the day-to-day operations relating to the Project and is readily available in
the vicinity of [Geographic Location] to serve on a Consultation Panel (the “Consultation
Panel”) and such Consultation Panel shall meet promptly upon the request of any member
thereto or of any Party, in an effort to resolve such dispute, controversy or claim. All
such disputes shall be amicably settled through mutual consultation and negotiation
between the representatives on the Consultation Panel. The decision of the Consultation
Panel shall be binding upon the Parties. All reasonable costs incurred by the members of
the Consultation Panel in connection with the Project, including travel expense to and
from [ geographic location], shall be borne by the Concessionaire and shall form part of
the Total Cost of the Project. The Parties hereto agree to use their respective best efforts
to resolve all disputes arising hereunder through the Consultation Panel.

In the event that the Parties are unable to resolve a dispute, controversy
or claim in accordance with Section 23.1 or upon the occurrence of an Event of
Default, then any Party may refer the dispute, controversy or claim to a Panel of
Experts. Within 15 days of the issue of a notice of intention to refer the dispute to
a Panel of Experts, the concessionaire and [Government Entity] shall either agree
on the appointment of one Person to act as expert or, failing agreement, appoint
one expert each and such experts shall, within seven days of their appointment,
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designate a third Person to act as expert in order to organize a Panel of Experts.
The Consultation Panel may unanimously appoint a permanent Panel of Experts if
so requested by the Parties.

The Party who initially issued the notice of intention to refer the matter to
the Panel of Experts shall submit to the Panel of Experts and to the other Party
the following written documents: (i) a description of dispute; (ii) a statement of
that Party position; and (iii) copies of relevant documentary evidence in support
of such position.

Within 10 days of receipt of the above documents, the other Party shall
submit: (i) a description of the dispute; (ii) a statement of that Party’s position;
and (iii) copies of relevant documentary evidence of such position.
The Panel of Experts may call for such further documentary evidence and/or
interview such Persons as they deem necessary in order to reach their decision.

The Panel of Experts shall reach a majority decision and give notice to the
Parties of their decision within 20 days of receipt of the documents provided by
the Parties pursuant to subsections (b) and (c) above. The decision of the Panel
of Experts shall be binding unless a Party issues a notice of intention to refer the
matter to arbitration in accordance with Section 23.3.

The costs of engaging the Panel of Experts shall be borne equally by the
Parties, and each Party shall bear its own costs of preparing the materials for and
making presentations to the Panel of Experts. In the event that the Parties are
unable to resolve a dispute, controversy or claim pursuant to this Section 23.2
within 45 days of the date when such dispute, controversy or claim first arise,
then the provisions of Section 23.3 shall apply to such dispute, controversy or
claim.
Arbitration Panel

In the event that the Parties are unable to resolve any dispute, controversy,
or claim in accordance with Sections 23.1 or 23.2, such dispute, controversy or
claim shall be finally settled by a panel of arbitrators (the “Arbitration Panel”) in
accordance with the [AAA, UNCITRAL or ICSID]. The Arbitration Panel shall consist
of three parties. The Concessionaire and [Government Party] shall appoint one
arbitrator each and such arbitrators shall, within seven days of their appointment,
designate a third Person to act as an arbitrator in order to organize an Arbitration
Panel. The arbitral proceedings shall take place in [geographic location] and
shall be conducted in the English language. The award of the arbitrators shall be
a reasoned one giving reasons for each claim allowed or disallowed.
Any award by the Arbitration Panel shall be final and binding on the Parties.
Section n.4 Multiparty Dispute Resolution
The Parties shall agree to join any dispute resolution proceeding under this Agreement
with any other dispute resolution pending in respect of any other Project Contract
relating to substantially the same matter.
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Section n.5 Performance During Dispute Resolution
Pending the submission of a dispute, controversy or claim to the Consultation Panel,
the Panel of Experts and/or the Arbitration Panel and thereafter until the final decision
of the Consultation Panel, the Panel of Experts and/or the Arbitration Panel, the Parties
shall continue to perform all of their obligations under this Agreement, without prejudice
to a final adjustment in accordance with such decision.
Section n.6 Survival
The provisions relating to indemnification contained in Section 18.2, confidentiality
contained in Section 22.2 and the dispute resolution provisions contained in this Article
23 shall survive the termination of this Agreement.
Sample Contractual Clauses on Force Majeure
1: Concession Contract:
Force Majeure Events
Force Majeure shall mean any event or circumstances, other than Materially Adverse State
Action, which is beyond the control of the party seeking to rely on such Force Majeure,
including natural disasters, war, hostilities, embargo, fire, national strikes, which could
not reasonably have been foreseen by that party at the date of this Agreement, the
consequences of which could not reasonably have been avoided by that party, and which
prevents that party from carrying out any of its obligations under this Agreement.
For the avoidance of doubt, the [Concessionaire] shall not have the right to rely on,
as Force Majeure, any strike which is limited to the employees of the Company or
its subcontractors, or any delay or default of the Company’s sub-contractors in the
performance of their obligations.
2: O&M Contract
Force Majeure and Supervening Events
The Parties shall be relieved from liability under this Agreement to the extent that
by reason of Force Majeure or Supervening Events they are not able to perform their
obligation under this Agreement provided that in the case of Force Majeure, the Operator
shall only be relieved from liability to the extent that the DBFO Co is relieved from
liability under the DBFO Contract and provided further that the Operator has taken such
action in relation to the, Services as the DBFO Co is required to take under the DBFO
Contract and in particular, but without limitation, to enable the DBFO to comply with
its obligations under clause x of the DBFO Contract. The period for performance of any
obligation so affected shall, subject to compliance with the remaining provisions of this
Clause Y, be extended by the period for which such performance was prevented.
Design Build Contract of a Toll Road
Definition of force majeure event
“Force Majeure Event” means any event which is defined as a force Majeure Event in
the Franchise Agreement [The term “Force Majeure” shall mean any circumstance or
act beyond the reasonable control of either party to this Agreement including, without
limitation, an intervening act of God or public enemy, fire, flood, tidal wave, earthquake,
epidemic, quarantine restriction, strike, labor dispute, freight embargo or judicial or
administrative restraint, all or any of which causes material interruption, damage, or
destruction and delays the performance of any obligation created by this Agreement
beyond its scheduled time. or which materially interferes with the operation of the
Project or any Facility or portion thereof.] and which:
Materially interrupts the full and regular operation of all or any material portion of
the toll road, which includes a closure or suspension under Section X in excess of six
months.
Sample Contractual Clauses on Assignability / Subcontracting
1: Concession:
Assignment by the Grantor
The Grantor shall not assign or transfer all or any part of its rights or obligations under
the Agreement without the prior written consent of the Company, it being understood
that the Grantor is free to carry out its obligations under this Agreement through the
Ministry.
Assignment by the [Company]
The Company shall not without the prior written consent of the Grantor, transfer all or
any of its obligations under this Agreement. Nevertheless, for the purpose of arranging
or rearranging the financing for the Project, the Company shall have the right to assign
to the Lenders its rights and interests under or pursuant to this Agreement or any other
project Document and to create a security interest for the benefit of the Lenders in
such rights and interests. Save as aforesaid, the Company shall not create or allow to
be created any other security interest, lien, or encumbrance in respect of its rights and
interests without the prior written consent of the Grantor.
O&M Contract
-Assignment, Sub-contracting
This Agreement shall be binding on and shall inure to the benefit of the DBFO Co and the
Operator and their respective successors and permitted assigns.
The Operator shall not assign, novate, transfer or create or allow to subsist any
Encumbrance, trust or interest in this Agreement, any part hereof or any benefit or
interest herein without the prior written consent of the DBFO Co.
The Operator may not sub-contract the whole of the Services. Parts of the Services may
be sub-contracted by the Operator in accordance with clause X of the DBFO Contract
and with the prior written consent of the DBFO Co such consent not to be unreasonably
withheld or delayed. In the event that the Operator wishes to sub-contract any material
part of the Services (including but entirely without limitation, the maintenance of the
equipment provided pursuant to the Measuring Equipment Contract), the DBFO Co may
as a condition to its consent require to see a draft of the proposed sub-contract and/
or a copy of the executed sub-contract other than, in either such case, the confidential
financial terms thereof. The Operator shall not terminate the engagement of any subcontractor appointed to perform any material part of the Services as aforesaid without the
prior written consent of the DBFO Co which consent will not be unreasonably withheld or
delayed provided any consent required from the Secretary of State pursuant to the DBFO
Contract or from the Funders pursuant to the Funding Agreements has been obtained.
In the case of the sub-contract with [construction company], the DBFO Co shall not be
entitled to withhold its consent where any such consent as aforesaid from the Secretary
of State or the Funders has been obtained. The DBFO Co may also require that the
Operator and any such sub-contractor execute and deliver to the DBFO Co not later than
7 days after execution of the relevant sub-contract, a direct agreement in the form set
out in Schedule X. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, the Operator
undertakes that it will, prior to or on the date of this Agreement execute and procure
the execution by the following companies and deliver to the DBFO Co direct agreements
in favor of the DBFO Co in the form set out in Schedule X:
Operation and Maintenance contract on tollroad):
Assignment by Developer
Subject to Operator’s written consent, not to be unreasonably withheld, Developer may
at any time assign this contract or any rights under or interest in this contract, to a
third party.
At assignment, Developer shall be released of any further obligation and liability
hereunder and all references to Developer shall be automatically be deemed to refer to
such third party.
Assignment by Operator
[Operator A] and [Operator B] shall assign this contract to the Operation Company to be
created by [Operator A] and [Operator B]. Assignment shall be substantially consistent
with the Assignment and Representation Form, attached as Appendix X to this Contract.
At assignment, except as otherwise provided in this contract, [Operator A] and [Operator
B] shall be released of any further obligations and liability, and any reference to Operator
shall be automatically be deemed to refer to the Operation Company.
Assignment of this Contract to the Operation Company shall be subject to approval by
Developer of the terms of the Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs) to be executed
between [ Operator A ] and the Operation company on one hand, and between [Operator
B]and the operation Company on the other hand. The terms of the TAAs shall give
satisfaction to Developer that the support provided by the respective shareholders of
the Operation Company are sufficient and adequate to allow the Operation Company to
perform the obligations of the Operator under this Contract.
Design Build Contract of a Toll Road:
Subcontracts
1. Each instrument evidencing any agreement of contractor with any Subcontractor
shall provide that, pursuant to terms in form and substance satisfactory to
Developer: (a) the rights of Contractor under such instrument are assigned to
Developer and its successors and assigns contingent only upon written request
from Developer or its successor or assign following default to by Contractor
or termination or expiration this Contract; and (b) all warranties (express and
implied) or such Subcontractor shall inure to the benefit of Developer and/or
Caltrans and their respective successors and assigns.
2. Notwithstanding any Subcontract with any Subcontractor, Contractor shall be
fully responsible for all of the Work. Neither Developer nor Caltrans shall be bound
by any Subcontract, and no Subcontract shall include a provision purporting to
bind them.
3. Contractor shall include in each Subcontract terms and conditions sufficient to
ensure compliance by the Subcontractor with all applicable requirements of the
Contract Documents.’’
4. Contractor shall provide Developer with a list of its Subcontractors from time
to time upon requires, shall allow Developer access to, and provide copies of
all Subcontracts and records regarding Subcontracts (unparsed, where not Cost
Reimbursable or Cost us to Developer, as may be requested.
5. The Design subcontract shall not be modified to terminated without Developers’prior
written consent.
From O&M Agreement:
Assignment
The Operator may not assign, transfer or otherwise part with possession of any interest
in this Agreement without the prior written consent of the Company.
Sample Contractual Clauses on Confidentiality:
Concession Contract:
Confidentiality Obligation:
Each of the parties, their employees, contractors, consultants and agents, shall hold in
confidence all documents and other information whether technical or commercial supplied
to it or on behalf of the other party relating to the financing, design, construction,
insurance, operation, maintenance and management of the Motorway in the course of
this Agreement, and shall not publish or otherwise disclose or use the same for its own
purposes otherwise than as may be required by the law of [host country] or to perform
its obligations under this Agreement. This Clause x shall not apply to information:
1. already in the public domain otherwise than by breach of this Agreement;
2. already in the possession of the receiving party before it was received from the
other party in the course of this Agreement and which was not obtained under
any obligation of confidentiality; or
3. obtained from a third party who is free to divulge the same and which was not
obtained under any obligation of confidentiality.
4. Survival of Obligations:
The parties obligations under this Clause X shall survive termination of this Agreement.
O&M Contract
Confidentiality
Each Party agrees, for itself and its respective directors, officers, employees, servants
and agents, to keep confidential and not to disclose to any person (save as hereinafter
provided) any of the terms of this Agreement or the DBFO Contract or any confidential
or proprietary information (including documents, computer records, specifications,
formulae, evaluations, methods, processes, technical descriptions, reports, and other
data, records, drawings and information whether or not included in the Design Data or
Traffic Data) (together the “Confidential Information) provided to or arising or acquired by
it pursuant to the terms or performance of this Agreement (including without limitation
any such documents or information supplied in the course of proceedings under the
Disputes Resolution Procedure). The Operator shall keep confidential and not disclose to
any person (save as hereinafter provided) any of the terms of the DBFO Contract or the
Facilities Agreement.
O&M Agreement:
Confidentiality:
Both parties shall keep in confidence all drawings, records, data, books, reports,
documents and information, whether technical or commercial, supplied to it by or on
behalf of the other party relating to the operation or maintenance of the Tollroad and
shall not disclose the same in any manner otherwise than for:


as it may necessarily be required to disclose pursuant to the Law or orders or
appropriate regulatory Authorities.
O&M Agreement:
1. Intellectual property confidentiality:
1.1. All technical documentation, drawings, procedures, systems, licenses, etc.
acquired or registered by Operator (other than those it acquires from or through
Developer) or developed by or on behalf of Operator in relation to the Services
are and shall remain the exclusive property of Operator.
1.2. Operator hereby grants to Developer a royalty-free and irrevocable right to
use any of such items referred to in Section 10.1.1, for all purposes relating to
the construction, operation, maintenance, improvement, and enhancement of
the Toll Road and the FOE during the term of such registration and/or useful life.
2. Confidentiality information
Subject to this Section 10, Developer and its employees shall not at any time disclose
to any person or otherwise make use of any commercially sensitive or confidential
information, documents, or records of Operator, including:

Any software or procedures for the operation of the Toll Road, or the FOE,
developed or procured by Operator; except for such information as Developer is
bound to disclose by Governmental Rule or in accordance with this Contract.
Sample Contractual Clauses on Records and Information
Design Build Contract of a Toll Road
Maintenance of, access to, and audit of records
Contractor shall maintain at its Project Manager’s office a complete set of books and records
prepared or employed by Contractor in its management, scheduling, cost accounting and
otherwise with respect to the Toll Road. Contractor shall grant to Developer and/or the
Financing Entities such audit rights and allow Developer such access to and the right to
selectively copy such books and records as Developer and/or the Financing Entities may
request in connection with the issuance of Change Orders, the resolutions of Disputes
and such other matters as Developer and/or the Financing Entities reasonably deem
necessary for purposes of verifying compliance with this Contract and applicable law.
1. Where the payment method for any Work is on a Cost Plus basis, such examination
and audit rights shall include all books, records, documents and other evidence
and accounting principles and practices sufficient to reflect properly all direct and
indirect costs of whatever nature claimed to have been incurred and anticipated
to be incurred for the performance of such Work. If audit indicates Contractor
has been over credited under a previous progress report or progress payment that
over credit will be credited against current progress reports or payments.
2. For cost and pricing data submitted in connection with pricing Charge Orders,
unless such pricing is based on adequate price competition, established catalog
or market prices of commercial items sold in substantial quantities to the public,(If you have bothered to read this far through all this legal jargon then I tip my hat to you. Obviously the first lady doesn't need help from anyone, she got herself into that mess she can get herself out of it. So why did I set up this fundraiser? When I saw a fundraiser to make Kylie Jenner a billionaire was actually receiving donations I was sickened to by quite honest. I have a disabled son who needs full time care from his parents and who is at the mercy of a public medical system which has failed him repeatedly and left him suffering while waiting months to see consultants and years in some cases to receive equipment to improve his quality of life. It took us over 4 years to raise enough money to by able to get an adapted vehicle to transport our son and that was with a lot of help from friends and family. So I thought if people were willing to actually give money to what was obviously a joke then maybe I could put that kind of mindset to use and do some real good for an actual person in need. Any monies raised will go to improving the life of my son and if this really gains enough momentum god willing we can build a house that is safe for him and can accommodate his complex needs.)
or prices set by law or regulation, Developer and its representatives have the
right to examine all books, records, documents and other data of Contractor
related to the negotiation of or performance of Work under such Change Orders
for the purpose of evaluating the accuracy, completeness and currency of the cost
of pricing data submitted. The right of examination shall extend to all documents
deemed necessary by such Persons to permit adequate evaluation of the cost
or pricing data submitted, along with the computations and projections used
therein.
Concession Contract:
Records
1. Required Records
1.1 The DBFO Co shall maintain and update those records relating to the Project
set out in Part I of Schedule X.
1.2 The Secretary of State shall be entitled at his own cost within 180 days after
the Commencement Date to deliver up to the DBFO Co the existing records of
the Secretary of State in respect of the Project Facilities (or copies thereof). In
such event, the DBFO Co shall retain such records in safe storage at its own cost
and such records shall thereafter be treated for all purposes as though they were
records referred to in Clause 23.1.1.
2. Retention of Records
2.1 All records referred to in Clause 23.1 shall be retained for no less than the
period specified in respect of such records in Part 1 of Schedule 14 or, if no such
period is specified, a period of 7 years after the end of the Contract Year to which
such records relate.
2.2. Where the period for the retention of any records (as set out against the
relevant class of records in Part 1 of Schedule 14) has expired, then the DBFO
co. shall notify the Secretary of State as to what it intends to do with such
records. If it intends to dispose of them or subsequently decides to dispose of
them, the DBFO co. shall notify the Secretary of State, and if the Secretary of
State shall within 40 days of such notice elect to receive those records or any
part of them the DBFO Co, at its own cost, shall deliver up such records to the
Secretary of State in the manner and at such location as the Secretary of State
shall reasonably specify

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