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JCT Contracts

THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF SUCCESS

JCT 05 CONTRACTS AND DOCUMENTATION

Catalogue 2011
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The JCT and Sweet & Maxwell


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The JCT 05 Suite of Contracts


The JCT 05 suite of documents contains revisions and updates to many of the most popular contracts. Some
contracts have been amalgamated into larger documents; see the Contract Finder table on page 32 for details
of these.

Contract Families
Every contract family now has a unique colour with main contracts and sub-contracts clearly marked to
distinguish them from each other. This has been done to make identifying the contract you need to use as
simple a process as possible.

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CONTENTS
Contract Families

Page

Adjudication Agreement

Agreement for Housing Grant Works and Guidance Note

Collateral Warranties

Constructing Excellence

Construction Management

Consultancy Agreement

Design and Build Contract

Framework Agreement

Generic Contracts

Guidance Note: Building a sustainable future together

Intermediate Building Contract

Major Project Construction Contract

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Management Building Contract

12

Measured Term Contract

13

Minor Works Building Contract

14

Pre-construction Services Agreement

14

Prime Cost Building Contract

15

Project Bank Account documentation

15

Repair and Maintenance Contract

16

Standard Building Contract

16

JCT Home Owner Contracts

18

The JCT Contracts Website

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Contract Finder

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JCT Contracts Digital Service

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Stocklist Details

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WELCOME
Dear colleague,
WELCOME TO THE JCT CATALOGUE FOR 2011
REVISION 2
Revision 2 incorporates sustainability provisions, following the
JCTs consultation, and provisions building on OGCs Achieving
Excellence Criteria. The JCT has also taken the opportunity to
modify aspects of the payment provisions, while awaiting the
implementation of the new payment legislation.
The relevant contract guides are also revised, and contain all
the information you need to understand the implications of
Revision 2. The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to complete the
contract.
Now that all Revision 2 contracts have been published, the
Revision 1 Contracts and its 98 equivalents have been
withdrawn. Withdrawn contracts are available with an
"outdated" watermark through Sweet and Maxwell Document
Delivery Service, sweetandmaxwell.Docdel@thomson.com.

HOMEOWNER CONTRACTS NOW AVAILABLE


ONLINE
The Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has not
appointed a consultant to oversee the work (HOB) and the
Building Contract and Consultancy Agreement for a Home
Owner/Occupier (HOCpack) are now both available to purchase
online at www.homeownercontracts.com.
The site allows homeowners, contractors and project managers
alike to purchase a contract online and provide legal protection
and peace of mind for all parties involved in the project. See
page 18 for more details.

JCT DIGITAL REVOLUTIONISE CONTRACT


DRAFTING FOR YOUR BUSINESS

THE JCT AND SUSTAINABILITY

The JCT Contracts Digital Service can revolutionise contract


drafting for your business. It lets you edit contracts during the
drafting process, avoiding time consuming re-drafts of the
whole contract on paper.

Sustainability will no doubt continue to be an important issue in


2010. The JCTs guidance note on sustainability, Building a
sustainable future together, will assist construction contractors
in negotiating sustainability clauses and ensuring the long term
financial viability of projects. The guidance note is available to buy
in print or to download at www.jctcontracts.com (see page 9).

Now even easier to use, the service provides a dedicated


Network Support Team who are on hand to help with any
technical questions you may have. The Online Updates service
notifies you on login when new or updated contracts are
available, so the contract you work with is always the most
current.
For more information on JCT Contracts visit
www.jctcontracts.com, your local stockist or contact a
member of the team listed overleaf should you have any further
enquires.Call us on 0845 082 1080 for more information
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Adjudication Agreement
Adjudication Agreement (Adj)
ISBN: 978-0-418-82440-5 Price: 8.68

Appropriate:
Where the adjudicator is to be appointed in
respect of a construction dispute that has
arisen under a JCT contract/subcontract/agreement

Adjudication Agreement Named Adjudicator (Adj/N)

Collateral Warranties
Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder Revision
2009 (CWa/F)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04096-0 Price: 13.76

This Warranty may be given by a contractor to a


provider of finance (Funder) for proposed building
works let or to be let under:
A JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract (IC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract with
contractors design (ICD)
A JCT Design and Build Contract (DB)
A JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC)

ISBN: 978-0-418-82450-4 Price: 8.68

Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant


Revision 2009 (CWa/P&T)

Appropriate:

ISBN: 978-0-414-04110-3 Price: 13.76

Where the adjudicator is named in a JCT


contract/sub-contract/agreement for the
purpose of adjudicating upon a dispute that
may arise under that contract

Agreement for Housing Grant Works


Agreement for Housing Grant Works and Guidance
Note HG(A)02
ISBN: 978-0-418-82400-9 Price: 17.86

Appropriate for work to a domestic building:


Where a grant is to be paid by a local authority
in respect of that work under Part 1 of the
Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration
Act 1996
Where an Architect or Contract Administrator
has been appointed to advise on and to
administer its terms
Where a lump sum has been agreed
Where no fluctuations are to apply

This Warranty may be given by a contractor to a


purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the
building(s) comprising the works which are being or
have been carried out under:
A JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract (IC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract with
contractors design (ICD)
A JCT Design and Build Contract (DB)
A JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC)

Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder Revision


2009 (SCWa/F)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04100-4 Price: 13.76

This Warranty may be given by a sub-contractor


to a provider of finance (Funder) for proposed
building works let or to be let under:
A JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract (IC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract with
contractors design (ICD)
A JCT Design and Build Contract (DB)
A JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC)

It is not suitable for use where bills of quantities would normally be required.
Amendment 2: CDM Regulations/Insurance (October 2007) for the
Agreement for Housing Grant Works HG(A) 2002 Edition is available to
download from www.jctcontracts.com.
There is no 2005 edition of this contract. JCT has decided not to update it
and no further Amendment will be issued.
Please go to www.jctcontracts.com to download the relevant Amendment.

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Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or


Tenant Revision 2009 (SCWa/P&T)

JCT Constructing Excellence Contract - Project Team


Agreement Revision 1 2009 (CE/P)

ISBN: 978-0-414-04090-8 Price: 13.76

ISBN: 978-0-414-04106-6 Price: 25.49

This Warranty may be given by a sub-contractor to a


purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the
building(s) comprising the main contract works which
are being or have been carried out under:

Appropriate:

A JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC)


A JCT Intermediate Building Contract (IC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract with
contractors design (ICD)
A JCT Design and Build Contract (DB)
A JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC)

Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for an Employer


Revision 2009 (SCWa/E)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04097-7 Price: 13.76

This Warranty may be given by a sub-contractor


to an employer (Employer) for proposed building
works let or to be let under:
A JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract (IC)
A JCT Intermediate Building Contract with
contractors design (ICD)
A JCT Design and Build Contract (DB)
A JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC)

Constructing Excellence
JCT Constructing Excellence Contract Revision 1 2009 (CE)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04107-3 Price: 42.95

Appropriate:
For the procurement of construction works and
construction related services
For use throughout the supply chain including
the provision of professional services
For use where participants wish to engender
collaborative and integrative working
For use in partnering
Can be used:

Whether or not the supplier is to design


Where the works are to be carried out in sections
For Target Cost or Lump Sum
Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts using
the Construction Management Trade Contract (CM/TC) or a special
Trade Contract

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For use in conjunction with the JCT Constructing Excellence Contract (CE)
Where members of the project team are to enter
into a multi-party pain/gain agreement

JCT Constructing Excellence Contract Guide Revision


2009 (CE/G)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04108-0 Price 25.49

This Guide covers aspects of both the JCT


- Constructing Excellence Contract and the Project
Team Agreement, including help on the completion of
these two documents. It is intended to provide a
general introduction to these contracts and it is not a
substitute for professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

JCT Constructing Excellence Contract Revision 1 2009


Pack (CE pack) (Consists of CE, CE/P and CE/G)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04109-7

Price: 93.93

Construction Management

Construction Manager Collateral Warranty for a


Purchaser or Tenant (CMWa/P&T)
ISBN: 978-0-418-82560-0 Price: 19.98

Construction Management Trade Contract (CM/TC)


ISBN: 978-0-418-82540-2

Price: 41.74

This Contract is to be entered into between the


Employer and the Trade Contractor in conjunction with
the Construction Management Appointment (CM/A.)

This Warranty may be given by a construction


manager to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part
of the building(s) comprising the Project which is being
or has been managed under the Construction
Management Appointment (CM/A).

Appropriate:
Where the Employer is to enter into direct
separate trade contracts
Where a Construction Manager engaged under
the Construction Management Appointment is
to administer the conditions on behalf of the
Employer
Can be used:

Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder


(TCWa/F)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85190-6 Price: 19.98

Where the works are to be carried out in sections

Construction Management Appointment (CM/A)


ISBN: 978-0-418-82530-3 Price: 28.88

This Warranty may be given by a trade contractor


to a provider of finance (Funder) for a proposed
Project managed by a construction manager under
the Construction Management Appointment (CM/A).

The main contract for the procurement path of


construction management is the Construction
Management Appointment (CM/A). This agreement is
part of a suite of documentation for use where separate
contractual responsibility for the management, design
and the construction of the project is required.
Appropriate:
Where a Construction Manager is to manage the
project on behalf of the Employer
Where the Employer is to enter into direct
separate trade contracts using the Construction Management Trade
Contract (CM/TC) or a special Trade Contract
Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections

Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser


or Tennant (TCWa/P&T)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85180-7 Price: 19.98

This Warranty may be given by a trade contractor


to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the
building(s) comprising the Project managed by a
construction manager under the Construction
Management Appointment (CM/A).

Construction Manager Collateral Warranty for a


Funder (CMWa/F)
ISBN: 978-0-418-82550-1

Price: 19.98

This Warranty may be given by a construction


manager to a provider of finance (Funder) for a
proposed Project managed by a construction
manager under the Construction Management
Appointment (CM/A).

Construction Management Guide (CM/G)


ISBN: 978-0-418-82520-4 Price: 22.50

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the Construction Management
Appointment and the Construction Management
Trade Contract and is not a substitute for professional
advice.

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Consultancy Agreement

Design and Build Sub-Contract Agreement Revision 2


2009 (DBSub/A )
ISBN: 978-1-847-03938-5 Price: 32.15

Consultancy Agreement (CA)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03757-2 Price: 38.96

Appropriate for use by Public Sector employers


who are undertaking construction works and wish to
engage a consultant (regardless of discipline) to carry
our services in respect of such works.

Design and Build

Appropriate:
For use with the Design and Build Contract
For sub-contract works whether or not they
include design by the Sub-Contractor
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main
contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out
on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum
(adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement of the sub-contract works

Design and Build Sub-Contract Conditions Revision 2


2009 (DBSub/C)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04121-9 Price: 38.15

Design and Build Contract Revision 2 2009 (DB)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03941-5 Price: 40.71

Appropriate:
Where detailed contract provisions are
necessary and Employers Requirements have
been prepared and provided to the Contractor
Where the Contractor is not only to carry out
and complete the works, but also to complete
the design
Where the Employer employs an agent (who
may be an external consultant or employee) to
administer the conditions
Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers

Appropriate:
For use with the Design and Build Contract
For sub-contract works whether or not they
include design by the Sub-Contractor
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main
contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out
on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum
(adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement of the sub-contract works

Design and Build Sub-Contract Guide Revision 2009


(DBSub/G)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04013-7 Price: 22.87

Where the Contractor is restricted to design small discrete parts of the works
and not made responsible for completing the design for the whole works,
consideration should be given to using one of the JCT contracts that provide
for such limited design input by the Contractor and the employment of an
Architect/Contract Administrator

Design and Build Contract Guide Revision 2009 (DB/G)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03958-3 Price: 24.85

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for
professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

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This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for
professional advice.

Framework Agreement
Framework Agreement 2007(FA) (Supersedes FA 2005)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85160-9 Price: 25.13

Appropriate:
For the procurement of construction or
engineering related works over a period of time
For use by clients with contractors and/or
suppliers
For use by contractors, sub-contractors and/or
suppliers
sub-letting to others in the supply chain
For use with most standard forms of
construction and engineering contracts and
sub-contracts

Generic Contracts
Short Form of Sub-Contract Revision 2 2009 (ShortSub)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04120-2 Price: 14.11

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is a JCT contract
For a small sub-contract package of work or one
that is of straightforward content with low risk
involved
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main
contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out
on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum
(adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement

Can be used:

Not suitable:

Where compliance with the public procurement rules is required


On a single project

Where the sub-contract works are of a complex technical nature


Where the Sub-Contractor is to design any part of the
sub-contract works, even though the other criteria are met
Where provisions which are fully back to back with the main contract are
required

Framework Agreement Guide 2007 FA/G (Supersedes


FA/G 2005)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85170-8 Price: 21.38

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the Framework Agreement 2007 and
is not a substitute for professional advice.

Sub-subcontract Revision 2 2009 (SubSub)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03931-6 Price: 14.11

Can be used:
For use where the main contract is a JCT contract
With any sub-contract
Where the sub-subcontract works and/or subcontract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-subcontract works that are to be carried
out on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum
(adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete
remeasurement
Not suitable:

Guidance Note

Where the sub-subcontract works are of a complex technical nature


Where provisions which are fully back to back with the
sub-contract are required

Guidance Note: Building a sustainable future together


ISBN: 978-1-847-03892-0 Price: 10

This publication analyses how sustainability


might be provided for within contract documentation.

Setting the standard for construction contracts

Intermediate Building Contract


Intermediate Building Contract Revision 2 2009 (IC)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04010-6 Price: 36.31

Appropriate:
Where the proposed building works are of
simple content involving the normal, recognised
basic trades and skills of the industry, without
building service installations of a complex nature
or other complex specialist work
Where the works are designed by or on behalf
of the Employer, fairly detailed contract
provisions are necessary and the Employer is to
provide the Contractor with drawings and bills
of quantities, a specification or work schedules
to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to
administer the conditions
This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control
procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract (MW) but is less detailed
than the Standard Building Contract (SBC).
Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers
Where provisions are required to cover named specialists
Not suitable:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even
though all the other criteria are met consider the Intermediate Building
Contract with contractors design (ICD)

Intermediate Building Contract with contractors design


Revision 2 2009 (ICD)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03955-2 Price: 36.31

Appropriate:
Where the proposed building works are of
simple content involving the normal, recognised
basic trades and skills of the industry, without
building service installations of a complex nature
or other complex specialist work
Where the works are designed, the
requirements for the contractors design of
discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of
the Employer, and the Contractor is required to
design those part(s) of the work (Contractors
Designed Portion)
Where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the
Employer is to provide drawings and bills of quantities, a specification or
work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the
work
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to
administer the conditions
This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control
procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract with contractors design
(MWD) but is less detailed than the Standard Building Contract (SBC).
Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers
Where provisions are required to cover named specialists
Not suitable:
As a design and build contract.

Intermediate Building Contract Guide Revision 2009 (IC/G)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03957-6 Price: 24.85

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute
for professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

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Intermediate Sub-Contract Agreement Revision 2 2009


(ICSub/A)

Intermediate Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's design


Agreement Revision 2 2009 (ICSub/D/A)

ISBN: 978-0-414-04012-0 Price: 22.03

ISBN: 978-1-847-03954-5 Price: 22.03

Appropriate:

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate


Building Contract
For sub-contract works where the Sub-Contractor is
not required to design

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate


Building Contract with contractors design
Where the Sub-Contractor is to design all or part of
the sub-contract works (Sub-Contractors Designed
Portion)

Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main contract
works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on
the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum
(adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement
Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract with contractors
design if the Sub-Contractor is not required to design

Can be used:

Not suitable:

Where no sub-contractors design is involved consider the Intermediate SubContract (ICSub)


Where the Sub-Contractor is Named in the main contract consider the
Intermediate Named Sub-Contract (comprising ICSub/NAM/IT, ICSub/NAM/T,
ICSub/NAM/A and ICSub/NAM/C)

Where the Sub-Contractor is to design any part of the


sub-contract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the
Intermediate Sub-Contract with sub-contractors design (ICSub/D)
Where the Sub-Contractor is Named in the main contract consider the
Intermediate Named Sub-Contract (comprising ICSub/NAM/IT, ICSub/NAM/T,
ICSub/NAM/A and ICSub/NAM/C)

Intermediate Sub-Contract Conditions Revision 2 2009


(ICSub/C)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04008-3 Price: 38.14

Where the sub-contract works and/or main contract


works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on
the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by
complete remeasurement of the sub-contract works
Not suitable:

Intermediate Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's design


Conditions Revision 2 2009 (ICSub/D/C)
ISBN: 978-041-404014-4

Price: 38.14

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the


Intermediate Building Contract
For sub-contract works where the SubContractor is not required to design

For use where the main contract is the


Intermediate Building Contract with contractors
design
Where the Sub-Contractor is to design all or
part of the sub-contract works (SubContractors Designed Portion)

Can be used:

Can be used:

Where the sub-contract works and/or main


contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried
out on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract
sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement
Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract with
contractors design if the Sub-Contractor is not required to design

Where the sub-contract works and/or main


contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an
adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete
remeasurement of the sub-contract works

Appropriate:

Not suitable:
Where the Sub-Contractor is to design any part of the
sub-contract works, even though the other criteria are met consider
the Intermediate Sub-Contract with sub-contractors design (ICSub/D)
Where the Sub-Contractor is Named in the main contract consider
the Intermediate Named Sub-Contract (comprising ICSub/NAM/IT,
ICSub/NAM/T, ICSub/NAM/A and ICSub/NAM/C)

Not suitable:
Where no sub-contractors design is involved consider the
Intermediate Sub-Contract (ICSub)
Where the Sub-Contractor is Named in the main contract consider
the Intermediate Named Sub-Contract (comprising ICSub/NAM/IT,
ICSub/NAM/T, ICSub/NAM/A and ICSub/NAM/C)

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Intermediate Named Sub-Contract Tender & Agreement


Revision 2 2009 (ICSub/NAM)

Intermediate Named Sub Contract Conditions Revision 2


2009 (ICSub/NAM/C)

ISBN: 978-1-847-03959-0 Price: 22.03

ISBN: 978-0-414-04009-0

Appropriate:

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the


Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate
Building Contract with contractors design
Where the Sub-Contractor is Named to carry
out sub-contract works, whether or not they
include design

For use where the main contract is the


Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate
Building Contract with contractors design
Where the Sub-Contractor is Named to carry
out sub-contract works, whether or not they
include design

Can be used:

Can be used:

Where the sub-contract works and/or main


contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an
adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by
complete remeasurement

Where the sub-contract works and/or main


contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an
adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by
complete remeasurement

Not suitable:

Not suitable:

Unless the Sub-Contractor is Named in the main contract or under its


provisions
For any sub-contract work that forms a part of the contractors
designed portion

Unless the Sub-Contractor is Named in the main contract or under its


provisions
For any sub-contract work that forms a part of the contractors
designed portion.

Price: 38.14

Consider:
Using an Intermediate Named Sub-Contractor/Employer Agreement
(ICSub/NAM/E) in conjunction with the Intermediate Named Sub-Contract
(see the Intermediate Building Contract Guide (IC/G) where:
The Named Sub-Contractor is to carry out design work or to procure or
fabricate materials or goods prior to letting of the main contract
The Employer:
Requires undertakings from the Named Sub-Contractor in respect of
the sub-contract works and any related design work which he is to
carry out
Requires the Named Sub-Contractor to give Collateral Warranties to
purchasers/tenants and/or any funder of the main contract works or
relevant part(s) of them

Intermediate Named Sub-Contractor/Employer


Agreement Revision 2 2009 (ICSub/NAM/E)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03949-1 Price: 22.03

Appropriate:
For use between a Named Sub-Contractor and
an Employer
Where the main contract is or will be the
Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate
Building Contract with contractors design
Where the Sub-Contractor is to be Named in
the main contract or under its provisions to
carry out the design and execution of subcontract works under an Intermediate Named
Sub-Contract Agreement (ICSub/NAM/A)
Not suitable:
For any sub-contract work that forms a part of the Contractors
Designed Portion

Intermediate Sub-Contract Guide Revision 2009 (ICSub/G)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03950-7 Price: 22.87

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute
for professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

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Major Project Construction Contract


Major Project Construction Contract Revision 2 2009 (MP)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04113-4

Price: 59.80

Appropriate:
For major works where the Employer regularly
procures large-scale construction work and
where the Contractor to be appointed is
experienced and able to take greater risk than
would arise under other JCT contracts
Where the parties have their own detailed
procedures and where limited procedures only
need be set out in the contract conditions
Where the Employer has prepared his
requirements and provided these to the
Contractor
Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works,
but also to complete the design
The Employer employs a representative to exercise the powers and
functions of the Employer under the Contract

Major Project Sub-Contract Revision 2 2009 (MPSub)


ISBN: 978-0-414-04091-5

Price: 59.80

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the major
Project Construction Contract
For sub-contract works whether or not they
include design by the Sub-Contractor
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main
contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out
on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum
(adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement of the
sub-contract works

Major Project Sub-Contract Guide Revision 2009


(MPSub/G)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04111-0

Price: 27.22

Where the works are to be carried out in sections

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for
professional advice.

Major Project Construction Contract Guide Revision 2009


(MP/G)

The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will


help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

Can be used:

ISBN: 978-0-414-04112-7

Price: 27.22

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute
for professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

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Management Building Contract


Management Building Contract (MC)
ISBN: 978-0-418-82820-5 Price: 43.82

Appropriate:
For large-scale projects requiring an early start
on site, where the works are designed by or on
behalf of the Employer but where it is not
possible to prepare full design information
before the works commence and where much
of the detail design may be of a sophisticated or
innovative nature requiring proprietary systems
or components designed by specialists
Where the Employer is to provide the
Management Contractor with drawings and a
specification
Where a Management Contractor is to administer the conditions
The Management Contractor does not carry out any construction work but
manages the Project for a fee. The Management Contractor employs Works
Contractors to carry out the construction works.
Can be used:

Management Works Contract Conditions (MCWC/C)


ISBN: 978-0-418-82840-3 Price: 35.98

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the
Management Building Contract
For sub-contract works whether or not they
include design by the Works Contractor
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or Project
are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried
out on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract
sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete remeasurement of
the sub-contract works

Management Building Contract Guide (MC/G)


ISBN: 978-0-418-84790-9 Price: 23.22

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the Management Building Contract
and the Management Works Contract and is not a
substitute for professional advice.

Where the works are to be carried out in sections


By both private and local authority employers

Management Works Contract Agreement (MCWC/A)


ISBN: 978-041-882830-4 Price: 30.33

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the
Management Building Contract
For sub-contract works whether or not they
include design by the Works Contractor
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or Project
are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried
out on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract
sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete
remeasurement of the sub-contract works

Management Works Contractor/employer Agreement


(MCWC/E)
ISBN: 978-0-418-82870-0 Price: 20.98

Appropriate:
For use between a Works Contractor and an
Employer
Where the Works Contractor has entered into a
Management Works Contract under a
Management Building Contract
Where the Works Contractor is to carry out the
design and execution of sub-contract works

Management Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder


(MCWa/F)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85120-3 Price: 20.98

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This Warranty may be given by a management
contractor to a provider of finance (Funder) for
proposed building works let or to be let under the
Management Building Contract (MC).

Measured Term Contract


Measured Term Contract Revision 2 2009 (MTC)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04098-4

Price: 30.06

Appropriate:

Management Contractor Collateral


Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant (MCWa/P&T )
ISBN: 978-0-418-85130-2 Price: 20.98

This Warranty may be given by a management


contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or
part of the building(s) comprising the works which
are being or have been carried out under the
Management Building Contract (MC).

By employers who have a regular flow of


maintenance and minor works, including
improvements, to be carried out by a single
contractor over a specified period of time and
under a single contract
Where the work is to be instructed from time to
time and measured and valued on the basis of
an agreed schedule of rates
Where a Contract Administrator is to administer
the conditions

Measured Term Contract Guide Revision 2009 (MTC/G)


ISBN: 978-0-414-04099-1

Price: 24.85

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for
professional advice.

Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder


(WCWa/F)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85150-0 Price: 20.98

The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will


help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

This Warranty may be given by a works


contractor to a provider of finance (Funder) for
proposed building works let or to be let under the
Management Building Contract (MC

Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or


Tenant (WCWa/P&T)
ISBN: 978-0-418-85140-1 Price: 20.98

This Warranty may be given by a works


contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or
part of the building(s) comprising the Project which
are being or have been carried out under the
Management Building Contract (MC). ).

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Minor Works Building Contract

Minor Works Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's


design Revision 1 2009 (MWSub/D)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03930-9 Price: 14.11

Minor Works Building Contract Revision 2 2009 (MW)


ISBN: 978-0-414-04122-6 Price: 19.05

Appropriate:
Where the work involved is simple in character
Where the work is designed by or on behalf of
the Employer
Where the Employer is to provide drawings
and/or a specification and/or work schedules to
define adequately the quantity and quality of the
work
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator is to
administer the conditions
Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Minor
Works Building Contract with contractors
design
Where the Sub-Contractor is to design all or
part of the sub-contract works (SubContractors Designed Portion)
For a small sub-contract package of work or
one that is of straightforward content with low
risk involved
Not suitable:
Where the sub-contract works are of a complex technical nature
Where sub-contractors design is not involved - consider the Short Form
of Sub-Contract (ShortSub)

Not suitable:
Where bills of quantities are required
Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named
specialists
Where detailed control procedures are needed
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even
though all the other criteria are met - consider the Minor Works Building
Contract with contractors design (MWD)

Pre-Construction Services Agreement


Pre-Construction Services Agreement (General Contractor)
(PCSA)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03794-7 Price: 24.49

Appropriate:

Minor Works Building Contract with contractor's design


Revision 2 2009 (MWD)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03942-2 Price: 19.05

Appropriate:
Where the work involved is simple in character
Where the work is designed and the
requirements for the contractors design of
discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of
the Employer, and where the Contractor is
required to design those part(s) of the work
(Contractors Designed Portion)
Where the Employer is to provide drawings
and/or a specification and/or work schedules to
define adequately the quantity and quality of the work
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator is to administer the
conditions
Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers
Not suitable:
As a design and build contract
Where bills of quantities are required
Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named
specialists
Where detailed control procedures are needed

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For the supply of pre-construction services by a


Contractor selected under a two-stage tendering
procedure
Where the main contract is to be the JCT
Standard Building Contract, Design and Build
Contract, major Project Construction Contract,
Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate
Building Contract with contractors design, 2005
edition
Can be used:
Whether or not the Contractor is to be responsible for any design work;
Where there is to be novation to the Contractor of any specialist subcontract(s) or supply contract(s) or (in the case of a Design and Build
Contract or major Project Construction Contract) any consultancy
agreement(s)
By both private and local authority employers (with minor adaptation) in a
JCT Construction management procurement, for the provision of pre
construction services by prospective Trade Contractors
Not suitable for use:
Between the employer and specialist sub-contractors (except as
prospective Trade Contractors in a JCT
Construction management procurement but see also paragraph 7 of the
Guidance notes);
Between a Contractor and a sub-contractor
In conjunction with the JCT management Building Contract

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Pre-Construction Services Agreement (Specialist) (PCSA/SP)


ISBN: 978-1-847-03795-4 Price: 24.49

Appropriate:
For the supply of pre-construction services by a
Contractor selected under a two-stage tendering
procedure
Where the main contract is to be the JCT
Standard Building Contract, Design and Build
Contract, major Project Construction Contract,
Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate
Building Contract with contractors design, 2005
edition
Can be used:
Whether or not the Contractor is to be responsible for any design work;
Where there is to be novation to the Contractor of any specialist subcontract(s) or supply contract(s) or (in the case of a Design and Build
Contract or major Project Construction Contract) any consultancy
agreement(s)
By both private and local authority employers (with minor adaptation) in a
JCT Construction management procurement, for the provision of pre
construction services by prospective Trade Contractors
Not suitable for use:
Between the employer and specialist sub-contractors (except as
prospective Trade Contractors in a JCT
Construction management procurement but see also paragraph 7 of the
Guidance notes);
Between a Contractor and a sub-contractor
In conjunction with the JCT management Building Contract

Prime Building Contract


Prime Cost Building Contract Revision 2 2009 (PCC)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04095-3 Price: 46.01

Appropriate:
For projects requiring an early start on site,
where the works are designed by or on behalf of
the Employer but where it is not possible to
prepare full design information before the works
commence
Where detailed contract provisions are
necessary and the Employer is to provide a
specification describing and showing the items
of work; drawings may also be provided
Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity
Surveyor are to administer the conditions
The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification,
drawings (if any) and an estimate of cost. The Contractor is paid his reasonable
costs plus either a fixed sum or a percentage of the cost, as a fee.
Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers

Prime Cost Building Contract Guide Revision 2009


(PCC/G)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04094-6 Price: 24.85

This Guide is intended to provide a general introduction to the contract and


is not a substitute for professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will help you to identify the
key information needed to complete the contract.

PBA Documenation
Project Bank Account Documentation (PBA)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04525-5 Price: 12

This document contains the three relevant parts,


i.e. Project Bank Account Agreement, Additional Party
Deed and the Enabling Provisions, to enable a project
bank account to be set up and operated.
However, it is primarily intended to be a consultation
paper and comments and other feedback are invited.

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Repair and Maintenance Contract

Standard Building Contract with Approximate


Quantities Revision 2 2009 (SBC/AQ)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03935-4 Price: 41.41

Repair and Maintenance Contract Commercial Revision 2


2009 (RM)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04105-9 Price: 22.03

Appropriate:
Where the work involves the repair and
maintenance of a building
Where no independent contract administrator is
to be appointed
Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers
Not suitable:
For periodic repair or maintenance over a fixed
term or the regular maintenance of plant etc. - consider the Measured
Term Contract (MTC)
For work on a dwelling by a residential occupier - consider the Building
contract for a home owner/occupier who has not appointed a
consultant to oversee the work (HO/B) or the Building contract and
consultancy agreement for a home owner/occupier (HO/C), or if the
work is of a very minor nature the Home Repair and Maintenance
Contract (HO/RM)

Appropriate:
For larger works designed and/or detailed by or on
behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract
provisions are necessary and the Employer is to
provide the Contractor with drawings; and with
approximate bills of quantities to define the quantity
and quality of the work, which are to be subject to
remeasurement, as there is insufficient time to
prepare the detailed drawings necessary for
accurate bills of quantities to be produced
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator and
Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions
Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractors
designed portion)
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers

Standard Building Contract without Quantities Revision 2


2009 (SBC/XQ)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03937-8 Price: 41.41

Appropriate:

Standard Building Contract


Standard Building Contract with Quantities Revision 2
2009 (SBC/Q)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03939-2 Price: 41.41

Appropriate:
For larger works designed and/or detailed by or on
behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract
provisions are necessary and the Employer is to
provide the Contractor with drawings; and with
bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality
of the work
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator and
Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions

For larger works designed and/or detailed by or on


behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract
provisions are necessary and the Employer is to
provide the Contractor with drawings; and with
either a specification or work schedules to define
adequately the scope and quality of the work and
where the degree of complexity is not such as to
require bills of quantities
Where an Architect/Contract Administrator and
Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions

Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (Contractors
Designed Portion)
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers

Can be used:

Standard Building Contract Guide Revision 2009 (SBC/G)

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractors


designed portion)
Where the works are to be carried out in sections
By both private and local authority employers

ISBN: 978-0-414-04016-8 Price: 24.85

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for
professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

VAT is applicable to all prices quoted

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Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's


design Agreement Revision 2 2009 (SBCSub/D/A)

Standard Building Sub-Contract Agreement Revision 2


2009 (SBCSub/A)

ISBN: 978-1-847-03934-7 Price: 31.85

ISBN: 978-1-847-03943-9 Price: 31.85

Appropriate:

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Standard


Building Contract (with quantities, without
quantities or with approximate quantities)
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s)
of the main contract works (Contractors Designed
Portion)
The Sub-Contractor is to design all or part of the
sub-contract works (Sub-Contractors Designed
Portion)

For use where the main contract is the Standard


Building Contract (with quantities, without
quantities or with approximate quantities)
For sub-contract works where the Sub-Contractor
is not required to design

Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main contract works are to be carried
out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an
adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete
remeasurement
Not suitable:
Where no sub-contractors design is involved consider the Standard
Building Sub-Contract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C)

Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's


design Conditions Revision 2 2009 (SBCSub/D/C)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03936-1 Price: 38.14

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard
Building Contract (with quantities, without
quantities or with approximate quantities)
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s)
of the main contract works (Contractors Designed
Portion)
The Sub-Contractor is to design all or part of the
sub-contract works (Sub-Contractors Designed
Portion)

Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main
contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out
on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations
etc.) or by complete remeasurement

Not suitable:
Where the Sub-Contractor is to design any part of the
sub-contract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the
Standard Building Sub-Contract with
sub-contractors design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C)

Standard Building Sub-Contract Conditions Revision 2


2009 (SBCSub/C)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03948-4 Price: 38.14

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard
Building Contract (with quantities, without
quantities or with approximate quantities)
For sub-contract works where the Sub-Contractor
is not required to design
Can be used:
Where the sub-contract works and/or main
contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out
on the basis of an adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations
etc.) or by complete remeasurement

Can be used:

Not suitable:

Where the sub-contract works and/or main contract works are to be carried
out in sections
For sub-contract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an
adjusted sub-contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete
remeasurement

Where the Sub-Contractor is to design any part of the


sub-contract works, even though the other criteria are
met consider the Standard Building Sub-Contract with
sub-contractors design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C)

Not suitable:
Where no sub-contractors design is involved consider the Standard
Building Sub-Contract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C)

Standard Building Sub-Contract Guide Revision 2009


(SBCSub/G)
ISBN: 978-1-847-03952-1 Price: 22.87

This Guide is intended to provide a general


introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for
professional advice.
The revised Guide contains a user checklist that will
help you to identify the key information needed to
complete the contract.

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JCT Homeowner Contracts


Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has not appointed a consultant to oversee the work (HOB)
ISBN: 978-0-414-04171-4 Price: 17.86 + VAT

This pack contains:

Appropriate:

Two copies of the 8 page contract

For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations

Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder

Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum

An enquiry letter

Where no consultant acts on behalf of the home owner/occupier to


administer the contract

This is a consumer contract for use by a residential


occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with
The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations
1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier
or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is
excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and
Regeneration Act 1996; nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in
the event of a dispute between the home owner/occupier and the contractor.

Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued by
the Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC) for use in Scotland.

Building Contract and Consultancy Agreement for a Home Owner/Occupier (HOCpack)


ISBN: 978-0-414-04170-7 Price: 19.65 + VAT

This pack contains:


Two copies of the building contract
Two copies of the Consultancy Agreement
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder

Building Contract for a Home


Owner/Occupier who has appointed a
consultant to oversee the work
This is a consumer contract for use by a residential
occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in
Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a
residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her
residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction
and Regeneration Act 1996; nevertheless this contract provides for
adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner/occupier and
the contractor.
This building contract is published as part of the Building Contract and
Consultancy Agreement for a home owner/occupier and is designed for use
with the consultancy agreement.
Appropriate:

For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations


Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum
Where detailed procedures are not required
Where the home owner/occupier has appointed a consultant who will be
administering the contract for the home owner/occupier

Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued by
the Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC) for use in Scotland.

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Consultancy Agreement for a Home Owner/Occupier


appointing a consultant in relation to building work
This agreement is for use between the home owner/occupier and the
consultant (e.g. architect, engineer or surveyor) who is to provide services. It
covers a range of services that the consultant can provide, such as producing
designs and detailed specifications for the work, applying for planning
permission and building regulations approval, and inspecting the building work
while it is being done.
This agreement is designed for use with the Building Contract for a home
owner/occupier who has appointed a consultant. It may however be used
independently of this contract but care must be taken to ensure it is compatible
with the building contract.
This agreement is drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair
Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with
a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as
his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants,
Construction and Regeneration Act 1996; nevertheless this contract provides
for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner/occupier
and the consultant.
Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations
Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued by
the Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC) for use in Scotland.

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The JCT 05 suite contains some revised contracts, and some revised titles.
The table below sets out what the contract was known as under the JCT 98 suite and what it is now called.

JCT 98 Code

JCT Title 98

Migration to JCT 05

JCT 05 Code

Standard Forms of Building Contract

Standard Building Contract

PWQ

Private with Quantities inc.


Amendments 1-5

Merged with Local Authorities with Quantities and replaced by Standard


Building Contract With Quantities

SBC/Q

LWQ

Local Authorities with Quantities inc. Amendments 1-5

Merged with Private with Quantities and replaced by Standard Building


Contract With Quantities

SBC/Q

PAQ

Private with Approximate Quantities inc. Amendments 1-5

Merged with Local Authorities with Approximate Quantities and replaced by


Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities

SBC/AQ

LAQ

Local Authorities with Approximate Quantities inc.


Amendments 1-5

Merged with Private with Approximate Quantities and replaced by Standard


Building Contract With Approximate Quantities

SBC/AQ

PXQ

Private without Quantities inc.


Amendments 1-5

Merged with Local Authorities without Quantities and replaced by Standard


Building Contract Without Quantities

SBC/XQ

LXQ

Local Authorities without Quantities inc. Amendments 1-5

Merged with Private without Quantities and replaced by Standard Building


Contract Without Quantities

SBC/XQ

Supplements to JCT 98

FS/P
FS/L

Fluctuations: JCT 98 Private, inc.


Amendments 1-5
Fluctuations: JCT 98 Local Authorities, inc.
Amendments 1-4

The Private and Local Authorities Fluctuations Supplements have merged


and are incorporated in:
Standard Building Contract With Quantities

SBC/Q

Standard Building Contract Without Quantities

SBC/XQ

Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities

SBC/AQ

Section Completion Supplement (SCS)


With Quantities and With Approximate Quantities inc.
Amendments 1-5

Incorporated into Standard Building Contract with Approximate Quantities and SBC/AQ
Standard Building Contract With Quantities
SBC/Q

Section Completion Supplement (SCS)


Without Quantities inc. Amendments 1-5

Incorporated into Standard Building Contract Without Quantities

SBC/XQ

CDPSCS/WQAQ

Combined Contractors Designed Portion and Sectional


Completion Supplement for use with JCT 98 Private and
Incorporated into Standard Building Contract With Quantities
Local Authorities Versions with Quantities, inc.
Amendments 1-5

SBC/Q

CDPSCS/XQ

Combined Contractors Designed Portion and Sectional


Completion Supplement for use with JCT 98 Private and
Incorporated into Standard Building Contract Without Quantities
Local Authorities Versions without Quantities, inc.
Amendments 1-5

SBC/XQ

CDPS/WQ

Contractors Designed Portion Supplement for use with


JCT 98 Private and Local Authorities Versions with
Quantities, inc. Amendments 1-5

Incorporated into Standard Building Contract With Quantities

SBC/Q

CDPS/XQ

Contractors Designed Portion Supplement for use with


JCT 98 Private and Local Authorities Versions without
Quantities, inc. Ams 1-5

Incorporated into Standard Building Contract Without Quantities

SBC/XQ

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CONTRACT FINDER
JCT 98 Code

JCT Title 98

Migration to JCT 05

JCT 05 Code

Domestic Sub Contract Documents

Standard Building Sub-Contract Documents

DSC/A

Sub-Contract Agreement

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract Agreement

SBCSub/A

DSC/C

Sub-Contract Conditions

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract Conditions

SBCSub/C

DSC/A/SC

Domestic Sub-Contract Agreement incorporating


Sectional Completion Supplement

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract Agreement

SBCSub/A

DSC/C/SC

Domestic Sub-Contract Conditions


incorporating Sectional Completion Supplement

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract Conditions

SBCSub/C

DSC/A/DP

Domestic Sub-Contract Agreement incorporating


Sub-Contractors Designed Portion

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractors


design Agreement

SBCSub/D/A

DSC/C/DP

Domestic Sub-Contract Conditions incorporating


Sub-Contractors Designed Portion

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractors


design Conditions

SBCSub/D/C

DSC/A/DPSC

Domestic Sub-Contract Agreement incorporating


Sub-Contractors Designed Portion and Sectional
Completion

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractors


design Agreement

SBCSub/D/A

DSC/C/DPSC

Domestic Sub-Contract Conditions incorporating


Sub-Contractors Designed Portion and Sectional
Completion

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractors


design Conditions

SBCSub/D/C

GN/DSC

Guide to Sub-Contract

Replaced by Standard Building Sub-Contract Guide

SBCSub/G

FS/DSC

Fluctuations Supplement

Discontinued and merged into Conditions

SBCSub/C
SBCSub/D/C

DSC SET

DSC Base Set (inc DSC/A, DSC/C,


Fluctuation Clauses & Guide)

Discontinued

Set not available

Nominated Sub Contracts for JCT 98


NSC/T

Part 1: Invitation to Tender, inc.


Amendments 1-5

Discontinued

NSC/T

Part 2: Tender by a Sub Contractor, inc.


Amendments 1-5

Discontinued

NSC/T

Part 3: Particular Conditions, inc.


Amendments 1-5

Discontinued

NSC/A

Articles of Agreement, inc.


Amendments 1-5

Discontinued

NSC/N

Nomination Instruction, inc.


Amendments 1-5

Discontinued

NSC/W

Agreement, inc.
Amendments 1-5

Discontinued

NSC/C

Conditions

Discontinued

NSC98SAMPL

Specimen Documents

Discontinued

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CONTRACT FINDER
JCT 98 Code

JCT Title 98
Minor Works Agreement

Migration to JCT 05
Minor Works Building

JCT 05 Code

Contract

Agreement for Minor Building Works, inc. Amendments 1-5

Replaced by Minor Works Building Contract

Intermediate Form of Building Contract Intermediate Building

Contract

IFC

Intermediate Form of Building Contract 98, inc.


Amendments 1-5

Replaced by Intermediate Building Contract

IC

GN/IFC

Guidance Note to IFC 98, inc. Amendments 1-4

Replaced by Intermediate Building Contract Guide

IC/G

FS/IFC

IFC 98 Fluctuations Supplement, inc. Amendments 1-5

Incorporated into Intermediate Building Contract

IC

SCS/IFC

Sectional Completion Supplement, inc. Amendments 1-5

Incorporated into Intermediate Building Contract

IC

NAM/T

Form of Tender and Agreement inc.


Amendments 1-5

Replaced by Intermediate Named Sub-Contract Tender


& Agreement

ICSub/NAM

NAM/SC

Sub Contract Conditions

Replaced by Intermediate Named Sub-Contract Conditions

ICSub/NAM/C

NAM/T

Specimen Booklet

Discontinued

Standard Form of Building Contract with Contractors Design

Design and Build Contract

Standard Form of Building Contract with Contractors Design,


inc. Amendments 1-5

Replaced by Design and Build Contract

Major Project Form

Major Project Construction Contract

MPF03

Major Project Form and Guidance Notes

Replaced by Major Project Construction Contract

MP

GN/MPF

JCT Contract for Major Construction Projects: Guidance Notes

Replaced by Major Project Construction Contract Guide

MP/G

Sub/MPF03

Major Project Form Sub Contract and


Guidance Notes

Replaced by Major Project Sub-Contract

MPSub

GN/Sub/MPF03

JCT Sub- Contract for Major Construction Projects:


Guidance Notes

Replaced by Major Project Sub-Contract Guide

MPSub/G

Construction Management Contract

Construction Management

C/CMA

Agreement (C/CM) Client & Construction Manager, inc


Amendment 1

Replaced by Construction Management Appointment

CM/A

TC/C

Trade Contract for use with C/CM, inc. Amendment 1

Replaced by Construction Management Trade Contract

CM/TC

TC/T

TC/T Parts 1 & 2: Part 1: Invitation to tender.


Part 2: Tender, inc. Amendment 1

Discontinued

GN/CM

Guide to Construction Management Documentation

Replaced by Construction Management Guide

CM/G

TCWa/P&T

Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for Purchaser or Tenant

Replaced by Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a


Purchaser or Tenant

TCWa/P&T

MW98

WCD

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MW

DB

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CONTRACT FINDER
JCT 98 Code

JCT Title 98

Migration to JCT 05

JCT 05 Code

TCWa/F

Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Replaced by Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

TCWa/F

FS/CM

Fluctuations for use with TC/C

Incorporated into Construction Management Trade Contract

CM/TC

Construction Management (suite of 7 documents)

Discontinued - pack no longer available

Standard Form of Management Contract

Management Building Contract

MC98

Standard Form of Management Contract, inc.


Amendments 1-4

Replaced by Management Building Contract

MC

PCS

Phased Completion Supplement for Management


Contract

Incorporated into Management Building Contract

MC

Management Contract Documents

Management Works Contract

WKS/1 Section 1

Management Contractors Invitation to Tender

Discontinued

WKS/1 Section 2

Works Contractors Tender

Discontinued

WKS/1 Section 3

Articles of Agreement

Replaced by and sold in a pack as Management Works


Contract & Agreement

MCWC/A

WKS/2

Works Contract Conditions

Replaced by Management Works Contract Conditions

MCWC/C

WKS/3

Employer/Works Contractor Agreement (Collateral


Warranty)

Replaced by Management Works Contractor/Employer Agreement

MCWC/E

PCS/WKS

Supplement for Works Contracts

Incorporated into Management Works Contract Conditions

MCWC/C

Prime Cost Contract

Prime Cost Building Contract

Standard Form of Prime Cost Contract inc.


Amendments 1-5

Replaced by Prime Cost Building Contract

PCC

PCC

Prime Cost Nominated Sub Contract Documents


NSC/T(PCC)
NSC/W (PCC)
NSC/N (PCC)

Part 1: Architects set, inc. Amendments 1-3 comprising:


Invitation to Tender Part 1
Agreement Nomination instruction

Discontinued

NSC/T(PCC)

Part 2: Sub contractors set, inc. Amendments 1-3


comprising: Tender by a Sub-Contractor Part 2

Discontinued

NSC/A(PCC)
NSC/T (PCC)

Part 3: Contractors set, inc. Amendments 1-3


comprising: Articles of Agreement Particular
Conditions Part 3

Discontinued

NSC/C (PCC)

Conditions

Discontinued

NSC/W (PCC)

Prime Cost NSC Collateral Warranty

Discontinued

Standard Form of Measured Term Contract

Measured Term Contract

Standard Form of Measured Term Contract 1998 inc.


Amendments 1-4

Replaced by Measured Term Contract

MTC

MTC

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CONTRACT FINDER
JCT 98 Code

HG (A)

JCT Title 98

Migration to JCT 05

Agreement for Housing Grant Works

Remains as is

JCT 05 Code

Agreement for Housing Grant Works and Guidance


note 2002 inc. Amendment 1
Jobbing Agreement 1990

JA/T

Jobbing Agreement Tender

Replaced by Repair and Maintenance Contract

RM

JA/C

Jobbing Agreement Conditions

Replaced by Repair and Maintenance Contract

RM

Jobbing Agreement Specimen Set

Discontinued

Adjudication Agreement

Adjudication Agreement

ADJ

Adjudication Agreement

Replaced by Adjudication Agreement

Adj

ADJ/N

Adjudication Agreement (Named Adjudicator)

Replaced by Adjudication Agreement (Named Adjudicator)

Adj/N

Generic Contracts
Short/DSC

Short Form of Domestic Sub-Contract

Replaced by Short Form of Sub-Contract

ShortSub

Domestic Sub Sub Contract

Replaced by Sub-subcontract

SubSub

Collateral Warranties

Collateral Warranties

MC Wa/F

Main Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2001


Edition

Replaced by Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

CWa/F

MCWa/P&T

Main Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or


Tenant 2001 Edition

Replaced by Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant

CWa/P&T

SCWa/F

Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2001


Edition

Replaced by Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

SCWa/F

SCWa/P&T

Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or


Tenant 2001 Edition

Replaced by Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant

SCWa/P&T

Home Owner Contracts

Home Owner Contracts

HO/C

Building Contract for Home Owner/Occupier


(who has appointed a consultant)

Replaced by Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has


appointed a consultant to oversee the work and sold as part of Building
and Consultancy Agreement for a Home Owner/Occupier

HO/Cpack

HO/CA

Home Owner/Occupier (who has appointed a consultant)


Consultancy Agreement 2001 edition

Replaced by Consultancy Agreement for Home Owner/Occupier


appointing a consultant in relation to the building work, and sold with Building
Contract for Home Owner/Occupier (HO/C)

HO/Cpack

HO/B

Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier (where


client deals directly with the builder)

Replaced by Building Contract for Home Owner/Occupier who has not


appointed a consultant to oversee the work

HO/B

HO/RM

Contract for Home Repairs and Maintenance

Home Repair and Maintenance Contract


available free on www.jctcontracts.com

HO/RM

Other Publications

JCTCIMAR

JCT 1998 Edition of the Construction Industry Model


Arbitration Rules, including JCT Supplementary and
Advisory Procedures

Replaced by revised version of JCT 2005 Edition of the Construction Industry


Model Arbitration Rules, including JCT Supplementary and Advisory
Procedures available free on www.jctcontracts.com

JCT/CIMAR

FR

Formula Rules

Formula Rules Main Contracts available free on www.jctcontracts.com

FR

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