Construction Law In South Africa
Providers Of Construction Law In South Africa
There are a number of services that your attorneys or lawyers for construction law in South Africa must be able to fulfil on your behalf. The most important service that can be performed by any lawyer is the drafting and preparation of all legal agreements and contracts between interested parties. Attorneys for construction law should also be able to give you advice on all the Standard Form Contracts as required by the Built Environment Professions. These include FIDIC (International Federation for Consulting Engineers), NEC (National Electric Code) and JBCC (Joint Building Contracts Committee).
You will also receive all the relevant information concerning the CIDB (Construction Industry Development Board) and the terms and conditions of the CIDB Act 38 of 2000 that you need to adhere to from your attorneys for construction law in South Africa. Your construction law providers should be able to offer you assistance in registering as an employer with the CIDB. You will need this registration to enable you to employ the services of labourers and all other types of staff you will require for your construction project. The construction law attorneys will be able to ensure that you are in line with all labour practices regarding the people in your employ for the duration of the construction project.
Attorneys of construction law in South Africa can also provide you with a feasibility study or survey. The feasibility study should include the goals of the project as well as the risk that you are taking and can be presented to potential investors or serve to provide you with a realistic outlook of the long range potential of a construction project.
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