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CCDC 2MA:

Master Agreement Between Owner and Contractor 2016

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CCDC 2MA - 2016 - Part 1

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Who is responsible for providing access to the Work for review and inspection?

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Which one of the following is the definition of 'Drawings' according to the text?

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According to the Contract Documents, who is responsible for paying the cost of examination and restoration if the work is in accordance with the requirements?

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According to the Contract Documents, which of the following statements is true about the rights and remedies available under the Contract?

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What is the order of priority of the Contract Documents, from highest to lowest?

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According to the text, who has the authority to reject work that does not conform to the requirements of the Contract Documents?

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According to the Contract Documents, who owns the models furnished by the Contractor at the Owner's expense?

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Who is responsible for paying the cost of examination and restoration if the work is not in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents?

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Which one of the following is the definition of 'Owner'?

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According to the Contract Documents, which of the following is NOT considered a Working Day?

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Who is responsible for issuing certificates to the best of their knowledge, information, and belief?

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Under the Contract, can either party assign the Contract or a portion thereof without the written consent of the other party?

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Who is responsible for paying the cost of making any test or inspection, including the cost of samples, if it is designated by the laws or ordinances applicable to the Place of the Work?

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Who is responsible for paying the cost of making any test or inspection, including the cost of samples, if it is designated in the Contract Documents to be performed by the Contractor?

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Which one of the following is the definition of 'Contract Price' according to the text?

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Which of the following actions or failures to act by the Owner, Consultant or Contractor would constitute a waiver of any right or duty under the Contract?

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Who is responsible for preparing Change Orders and Change Directives?

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According to the Contract Documents, what is the role of the Consultant in the administration of the Contract?

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Which one of the following statements accurately defines a Change Directive?

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If a test or inspection is designated in the Contract Documents to be performed by the Consultant or the Owner, who is responsible for paying the cost of samples required for the test or inspection?

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What do the Contract Documents consist of?

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What is the definition of Construction Equipment?

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What is the purpose of the Contract Documents?

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Which one of the following is the definition of 'Contract Time'?

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What does the term Consultant refer to in the context of the Contract Documents?

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CCDC 2MA - 2016 Part 2

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What does the cost of performing the work attributable to the Change Directive include?

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what is the maximum number of calendar days the Consultant has to review the Work and issue a certificate of Substantial Performance?

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When should the Contractor submit a schedule of values for the parts of the Work?

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Which of the following is NOT considered as part of the cost of materials, supplies, and equipment consumed in the performance of the Work?

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How should applications for payment be dated?

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What is the purpose of a contingency allowance?

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What happens if there are items of work that cannot be performed due to climatic or other conditions beyond the control of the Contractor?

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What happens if the actual cost of the work under a cash allowance exceeds the amount of the allowance?

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What does the contingency allowance include?

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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?

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When can the Contractor perform a change in the Work without a Change Order or a Change Directive?

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What is the Consultant's role in the final payment process?

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According to the text, what can the Owner retain out of the holdback amount?

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Which of the following statements about cash allowances is true?

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When the Contractor considers that the Work is substantially performed, what must they do within one Working Day?

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What is the purpose of a Change Directive?

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Which of the following is NOT included in the cost of transportation for the Contractor's personnel described in paragraph 6.3.7.1?

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Which of the following is NOT included in the cost of equipment and services required for the Contractor's field office?

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Which of the following is NOT included in the cost less salvage value on items used but not consumed, which remain the property of the Contractor?

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What must the Contractor submit after the issuance of the certificate of Substantial Performance of the Work?

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When should the Owner make payment to the Contractor?

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How is the adjustment in the Contract Price determined for a change carried out by way of a Change Directive?

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True or False: The value of the work performed under a cash allowance is eligible to be included in progress payments.

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When is the holdback amount due and payable in the Province of Quebec?

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Which of the following is NOT considered as part of the cost of tools and Construction Equipment used in the performance of the Work?

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CCDC 2MA - 2016 Part 3

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When should the Contractor procure the necessary permits and licenses?

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If the presence of mold was not caused by the Contractor's operations under the Contract, who is responsible for reimbursing the Contractor for the cost of taking necessary steps to remediate or dispose of the mold?

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According to Part 8 of the General Conditions, how are disputes between the parties to the Contract settled?

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Who is responsible for the cost of safely remediating or disposing of mold if it was caused by the Contractor's operations under the Contract?

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What happens if a party does not send a Notice in Writing of dispute within 15 Working Days after receipt of a finding from the Consultant?

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What does the Consultant do if a dispute is not resolved promptly?

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

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If the toxic or hazardous substances were brought onto the Place of the Work by the Contractor, what are the Contractor's responsibilities?

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What is included in the Contract Price according to the text?

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Who is responsible for making good any damage to the Work or Owner's property that the Contractor is not responsible for?

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When can the parties refer a dispute to be finally resolved by arbitration?

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When should the parties appoint a Project Mediator?

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What happens if a dispute arises under the Contract in respect of a matter in which the Consultant has no authority to make a finding?

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If the Owner and Contractor do not agree on the existence, significance, or cause of mold, who is responsible for retaining and paying for an independent qualified expert to investigate and determine such matters?

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Who is responsible for determining the location of all underground utilities and structures?

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What jurisdiction should the Contractor consider when obtaining permits and licenses?

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What happens if the Owner and Contractor do not agree on the existence or significance of the toxic or hazardous substances?

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Which of the following is the responsibility of the Contractor according to the text?

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What should the Contractor do with regards to laws and regulations?

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Who is responsible for construction safety at the Place of the Work?

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