Catedrales. Las Biografías Desconocidas de los Grandes by Miguel Sobrino

By Miguel Sobrino

Este libro no pretende ser erudito, pues los interesados en conocer fechas y datos tienen a su disposición muchas publicaciones de l. a. mayor solvencia. Hemos pretendido escapar del estilo descriptivo que caracteriza a los angeles literatura artística, aunque a veces resulte inevitable el uso de ciertos términos, cuya definición puede encontrar el lector en un glosario que se dispone al ultimate del libro.
También se cuenta con abundantes ilustraciones, elegidas no por criterios de relleno esteticista, sino para sugerir imágenes perdidas o inadvertidas (las comunes son muy fáciles de hallar a través de libros o de net) y para completar y explicar mejor lo narrado. En el mismo sentido, cada capítulo va precedido por una planta de los angeles catedral correspondiente, en los angeles que se destacan los aspectos que reciben un tratamiento especial en el texto.

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The most commonly used special condition not specifically provided for in item 3 is generally referred to as ‘Rise and fall’. This condition provides for progressive cost adjustment to compensate for fluctuations in the cost of labour and materials (see Chapter 8). Another common special condition requires the contractor to provide financial security for its obligation to pay nominated subcontractors (see Chapter 5). Under AS4000, deletions, amendments and additions to the Contract may be recorded in annexure part B, ‘Deletions, amendments and additions’.

Three areas of insurance are mandatory: 1 2 3 the works – that is damage to or destruction of the works public liability – damage to or destruction of the property of, and injury to or death of, persons not employed in the project workers’ compensation and employers’ liability – injury to or death of workers employed in the project. 44 PA R T 1 T h e c o n t r a c t u a l b a c k g r o u n d There are two methods of effecting the first two of these insurances: • • by the owner; or by the contractor.

The insurance must, if permitted by law (of the relevant Insurance and security 51 state or territory), provide indemnity for the Principal’s statutory liability to the Contractor’s employees (that is, against negligence and under the relevant health and safety legislation). The Contractor must ensure that all subcontractors are similarly insured (clause 18). Since it is unclear in what conceivable circumstances such indemnity would not be permitted by law, the conclusion may be drawn that this qualification exists just in case such circumstances should ever arise.

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