FIDIC Forms of Contract

A note reviewing the background to the FIDIC forms of contract and identifying the forms introduced in the 1999 suite of FIDIC contracts, as well as those published since then. This includes the forms commonly known as the Red Book, Yellow Book, Silver Book, Green Book, Pink Book, Gold Book, Blue Book, White Book and Purple Book.

Practical Law Construction (originally contributed by Frederic Gillion, now of Pinsent Masons LLP and Emmanuel Ninos, now of Allen & Overy LLP)


 

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