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CCDC 2:

Stipulated Price Contract

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CCDC-2 2008 Part 1

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CCDC-2 2008 Part 2

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What can the Owner retain out of the holdback amount in common law jurisdictions?

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What is the cost of transportation included in the Contractor's expenses?

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When does the Owner have to pay the contractor the holdback amount for subcontract work or products supplied by a Supplier in common law jurisdictions?

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Which of the following is NOT a factor considered in valuing Change Directives?

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When does the Contractor need to deliver a list of items to be completed or corrected, along with a written application for review by the Consultant?

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Which items remain the property of the Contractor and have a salvage value?

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what is the purpose of the GC 5.2.4 provision?

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According to the text, what does the GC 4.2.3 provision state about the contingency allowance?

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When should the Contractor submit an application for payment of the holdback amount?

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What happens if the actual cost of the Work under any cash allowance exceeds the amount of the allowance?

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Can multiple cash allowances be combined for the purpose of calculating the excess cost?

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According to the text, when is a Change Order or a Change Directive required for a change in the Work?

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Which expenses are included in the cost of tools and construction equipment used in the performance of the Work?

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Which of the following statements about cash allowances is true?

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What is the purpose of the GC 5.3.1 provision?

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What is the basis for determining the cost of performing the work attributable to the Change Directive?

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How are cash allowances authorized?

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When does the Consultant need to issue a certificate stating the date of substantial performance of the Work?

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What is the purpose of the GC 5.1 provision?

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What do the expenses of the Contractor's field office include?

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When is the holdback amount authorized by the certificate for payment of the holdback amount due and payable in the Province of Quebec?

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Which of the following expenses are included in the Contractor's personnel travel and subsistence expenses?

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when does the Owner have to pay the Contractor the holdback amount for subcontract work or products supplied by a Supplier in the Province of Quebec?

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What is the basis for determining the adjustment in the Contract Price for a change carried out by way of a Change Directive?

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CCDC 2 -2008 Part 3

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What happens if a dispute is not resolved within 10 Working Days after the Project Mediator was requested?

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When can a dispute be referred to arbitration?

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what does the Contractor need to do if toxic or hazardous substances are brought onto the place of the Work?

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True or false: If the Contractor brings toxic or hazardous substances onto the place of the Work, they are responsible for safely removing and disposing of them.

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When can the Owner terminate the Contractor's right to continue with the Work?

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Who is responsible for determining the existence, significance, and origin of toxic or hazardous substances at the Place of the Work if the Owner and Contractor do not agree?

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How should disputes between the parties be settled?

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what should the Contractor do if they encounter toxic or hazardous substances at the Place of the Work?

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True or false: The Contractor is not responsible for reimbursing the Owner for any costs incurred in relation to the toxic or hazardous substances.

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What happens if neither party requires immediate arbitration after a Notice in Writing is given?

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What is the purpose of the Contractor's obligation to reimburse the Owner?

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If a dispute arises under the Contract in respect of a matter in which the Consultant has no authority, what procedures apply?

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What is the Contractor's obligation under the Contract after termination?

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What should the Contractor do if damage occurs to the Work or adjacent property as a result of the toxic or hazardous substances?

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What happens if the cost of finishing the Work is less than the unpaid balance of the Contract Price?

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What should the Contractor reimburse the Owner for?

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If the Contractor neglects to prosecute the Work properly or otherwise fails to comply with the requirements of the Contract to a substantial degree, what action can the Owner take?

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Which of the following actions can the Owner take if the Contractor is adjudged bankrupt?

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what should the Owner do if the Contractor encounters toxic or hazardous substances at the Place of the Work?

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If the Contractor is responsible for bringing toxic or hazardous substances onto the place of the Work, what is the Contractor required to do?

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True or false: If the Contractor encounters toxic or hazardous substances at the Place of the Work, they are not required to take any necessary steps to dispose of them.

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True or false: If damage occurs to the Work or adjacent property due to the toxic or hazardous substances, the Contractor is not obligated to make any repairs.

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True or false: The Owner has the right to terminate the Contractor's right to continue with the Work if they neglect to comply with the requirements of the Contract.

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What circumstances can the Owner terminate the Contractor's right to continue with the Work?

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If the Contractor terminates the Contract under the conditions set out above, what is the Contractor entitled to?

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Who is responsible for taking all necessary steps to dispose of, store or otherwise render harmless toxic or hazardous substances which were present at the Place of the Work prior to the Contractor commencing the Work?

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What must the Consultant provide in order for the Owner to take action against the Contractor's default?

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If the Owner terminates the Contractor's right to continue with the Work, what actions can the Owner take?

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Who is responsible for protecting the Work and the Owner's property from damage?

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The average score is 61%