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Clause 14.

0 Material And Goods
14.0

Material and Goods
14.1
The material and goods delivered to site must be for the purpose of
incorporation into the permanent works to be eligible for inclusion in the
Interim Certificate under clause 30.2. After the materials and goods have been
included in the Interim certificate, the contractor has no right to remove any
paid material and goods unless writing instruction or consent from architect
which is not unreasonably delayed or withheld has been issued to the
contractor. After completion of work, the contractor can remove the materials
and

goods

without

consent.

This clause is similar to Clause 20.0 in P.W.D 203A.
14.2

If the material and goods delivered to site by the contractor has been paid by
the employer under Interim Certificate that issuance accordance to proviso of
clause 30.2, provided that the material and goods is not prematurely brought to
the site. After the materials and goods have been included in the Interim
certificate, the materials and goods had become the property of the employer.
The contactor has no right to remove the paid material and goods which are
belong to the employer without consent of the employer.
This clause is similar to Clause 20.0 in P.W.D 203A.
Example:
In a project, the contractor had ordered the Ceramic Wall Tiles deliver to site
which will use on nine month later accordance to working schedule submitted
by contractor. In this situation, the contractor will be not entitle payment for
the Ceramic Wall Tiles until the date near to commencement of Ceramic Wall
Tiles work because this had considered as the material and goods prematurely
brought to site.

The contractor has the responsibility to ensure the material and goods to properly store at the site and be protected against loss.3 The contractor should always ensure that the material and goods delivered to site which should including the material and goods supplies by Nominated Sub-Contractor and Nominated suppliers are in good condition and free of any damage or loss. damage or deteriorate. Example: The Ceramic Floor Tiles which has been paid by employer had been stolen in the store of contractor due to negligence of contractor.0 Material and Goods (cont’d) 14. the contractor needs to compensate the employer for the loss of materials although it was stolen by other. The contractor needs to compensate the employer for any loss or damage on material and goods on site.W. In this case. This clause is similar to Clause 20.D 203A.Clause 14.0 Material And Goods ( cont’d) 14.0 in P. .

contractor had made a false warranty on title because the employer unable to become the rightful owner of the material and goods due to that is stolen goods from other although the contractor paid to purchase it.4. which the right of titles of the goods is belong to the original owner. In this case. the contractor should pay for the employer’s loss or the employer can set off the amount of loss in the next Interim Payment to the contractor. However. .4 The contractor has the responsibility to warranty the employer that the title or ownership is free from encumbrance such as “retention of title” for the delivered material and goods which has been paid under Clause 30. and the contractor should compensate the employer for any loss suffered. Example: In the contract.0 Material And Goods ( cont’d) 14. the Ceramic Floor Tiles have been found out that are the stolen goods from others.1.0 Material and Goods (cont’d) 14. the contractor deem to have made the false warranty on the title of the material and good. In the event which the material and goods that had included in the contractor’s payment application are re-possessed. the Ceramic Floor Tiles has been delivered to site and has been included in Interim Payment to contractor. Quantities). The employer may recover loss by demand payment from the contractor to be set off based on condition provided This clause under is peculiar in Clause PAM 2006 (With 30. In this case.Clause 14.