Nature of Commitment in the General Conditions of FIDIC, Iran Construction Contracts, and Principles of European Law on Service Contracts

Mohammad Ghahraman, Masoud Reza Ranjbar Sahrayi

Abstract


Commitment is a consequence of a contract. Identifying the nature of commitment is very important to achieve it. The question here is that what is the nature of commitment in construction contracts? Is the constructor bound to achieve a result and implement the contract subject, or is his/her effort to implement the contract subject enough? Since performance of the contract subject in construction contracts, which include creating, repairing and reconstructing a building, requires time passing and meeting various secondary commitments by both parties, the issue was studied according to the general conditions of FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers) contracts, Iranian Organization of Management and Planning and Principles of European Law on Service Contracts. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v10n1p166

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