The three agreements are supported by a series of standard forms that simplify contract management. So let`s look at those categories of circumstances, that is, under what circumstances would a contractor be entitled to an adjustment to the value of the contract? At the other end of the spectrum, construction projects may need to be suspended again in the future if alert levels fluctuate and/or other circumstances may make it impossible for both parties to finalize the project. Clause 29.20 provides that “either party may announce its intention to terminate this Agreement if: JBCC Electronic Document Service (Contracts On-Demand) www.e-jbcc.co.za the JBCC® PBA is suitable for all construction contracts and can be used with a nomenclature or schedule for prices and drawings. The ABP is synchronized with JBCC`s N/S subcontracting agreement® to appoint designated and selected subcontractors who bind it to the same terms as the prime contractor, and the agreement is divided into seven sections with 30 clauses. The content is not only a legal document, but has also been structured as a checklist to manage the execution of the work and minimize possible disagreements – to effectively use the expensive working hours of all the actors of a construction project The agreement is signed between the employer and the contractor – in conjunction with the contractual data in which all the contractual variables are recorded. First, by the employer to obtain quotes from contractors, and completed by the contractor and submitted as a tender form One of the main functions of JBCC is to publish construction contracts and related backup documents and update them as needed. The first editions were published in 1991, and since then there have been various editions that have been published at different intervals. The latest 2018/2020 editions contain significant changes compared to previous editions and this book not only highlights these changes, but also focuses on interpreting and understanding the contractual conditions that users, especially contractors and subcontractors, have to face in their construction projects. Although work on most construction sites has been suspended until Alert Level 3 is reached, it is not yet clear how contractors and employers will deal with the contractual consequences once operations resume. While it is not possible to provide definitive and general answers regarding all construction projects, the parties to the 2018 editions of the JBCC Main Construction Contract and the JBCC Selected Appointment/Subcontracting Agreement (JBCC Cumulative Agreements) should consider several important provisions, in particular with regard to the revision of the practical completion date and termination. .