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The contents and format of the RIBA Agreements and their constituent parts are © Royal Institute of British Architects, 2007, 2010, 2012, and are protected as literary works. Copying of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than in accordance with the following special permissions.
RIBA Conditions of Appointment 2010 (2012 revision) - e,g, Standard, Concise, Domestic Project and Sub-consultant - will be sent to you as PDFs
Each set of Conditions will be sent as a 'locked' document with the project name, client’s name and your company name encrypted into them.
Each set of Conditions purchased is to be used for the project in question only and may not be copied or used for other projects.
You cannot amend or alter the content of the Conditions, except by a separate amendment sheet, and it is a breach of copyright licence terms if the RIBA Conditions
are copied and used on multiple projects. Where an agreement has been concluded, it is in order for the signed and completed document to be photocopied for distribution
and retention as agreed by the parties.
For documents that will be sent to you as RTFs, you can edit or amend them as necessary in pursuance of your business requirements. Note that you may only reuse the RIBA name and logo on these RTFs if you are an RIBA chartered member or work for an RIBA chartered practice.
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Why do I have to decide this now?
This is simply because there are architect and separate consultant versions of the Conditions of Appointment (and a few other components). Also, there is only one version of the Conditions for appointing a sub-consultant.
What is meant by a Sub-consultant?
A Sub-consultant is an architect, consultant or other specialist appointed by the principal Architect/Consultant to perform part of their Services under the principal contract with the Client.
printed versions of the RIBA Agreements are also available.