Carpentry and Contracting: A Practical Reference Work on Carpentry, Building Superintendence, Etc

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American technical society, 1919

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Page 231 - No action may be brought upon any contract for the sale or other disposition of land or any interest in land, unless the agreement upon which such action is brought, or some memorandum or note thereof, is in writing, and signed by the party to be charged or by some other person thereunto by him lawfully authorised.
Page 290 - The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is called for by any one shall be as binding as if called for by all. The intention of the documents is to include all labor and materials, equipment and transportation necessary for the proper execution of the work.
Page 327 - ... superficial feet on both sides of the wall, laid on top of each other to bond together, and running into the wall at least 2 feet.
Page 301 - Architect any defects in such work that render it unsuitable for such proper execution and results. His failure so to inspect and report shall constitute an acceptance of the other contractor's work as fit and proper for the reception of his work, except as to defects which may develop in the other contractor's work after the execution of his work. To insure the proper execution of his subsequent work the Contractor shall measure work already in place and shall at once report to the Architect any...
Page 396 - ... square inches, shall be printed in black lines in a legible manner on the programme of the performance. Every exit shall have over the same on the inside the word "Exit" painted in legible letters not less than 8 inches high.
Page 300 - If such other contractor sues the Owner on account of any damage alleged to have been so sustained, the Owner shall notify the Contractor, who shall defend such proceedings at the Owner's expense and, if any judgment against the Owner arise therefrom, the Contractor shall pay or satisfy it and pay all costs incurred by the Owner.
Page 268 - ... is a question to be decided on the facts of each case, and it would, I think, be wrong for your Lordships' House to anticipate the manner in which the law may develop, but I cannot help thinking that cases where liability will be so imposed are likely to be very rare.
Page 284 - Agreement, made the day of in the year one thousand nine hundred and . . . , by and between , party of the first part (hereinafter designated the Contractor), and , party of the second part (hereinafter designated the Owner), "Witnesseth, that the Contractor , in consideration of the agreements herein made by the Owner , agrees with the said Owner as follows: "Article I.
Page 395 - All stage lights shall have strong metal wire guards or screens, not less than ten inches in diameter, so constructed that any material in contact therewith shall be out of reach of the flames of said stage lights, and must be soldered to the fixture in all cases.
Page 295 - The Owner shall have the right, prior to the signing of the Contract, to require the Contractor to furnish bond covering the faithful performance of the Contract and the payment of all obligations arising thereunder, in such form as the Owner may prescribe and with such sureties as he may approve.

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