MF/1 (Revision 6) Model Form of Contract
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Publication date: 31/03/2014
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Model Form of Contract for the design, supply and installation of electrical, electronic and mechanical plant, MF/1 (Rev 6)
MF/1 has been revised for the first time since 2010.
Containing clear, simple language designed specifically for engineering projects, Revision 6 contains general conditions that have been adapted over many years to provide assurance for both parties involved with a contract.
A trusted document for over 100 years, MF/1 is the perfect document for use in specific projects, especially those involving complicated wiring elements.
This standard form of contract is recommended to be used by contracts officers in private and public sector organisations, mechanical and electrical engineers, facilities managers, lawyers and in-house legal representatives
accommodates the views of purchasers, engineers and the manufacturing industry, resulting in a fair balance between Contractor and Purchaser
provides flexibility for the parties by providing ‘Special Conditions’ for particular requirements, such as:
the provision by the Contractor of computer hardware and software (e.g. where the Works include a computerised control or monitoring system)
for payments that are to be determined by measurement
for sectional completion and damages for delay in completion of sections, and
for contracts which are subject to the Contracts (Right of Third Parties) Act 1999
includes a suggested model form of Sub-Contract, suitable for use where the Main Contract is subject to MF/1 Conditions
provides a range of additional model contract documents, such as a Variation Order, a Taking-Over Certificate, a Notice of Delegation of Authority, Forms of Tender, of Agreement, of Defects Liability Demand Guarantee, of Performance Bond and a Form of Demand Bond
reflects accepted best practice and standards such as ICC terms