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It was also necessary to provide cross references between Specification clauses describing the requirements for testing the effects of explosives and those dealing with the stability measures required before such tests could be undertaken, as well as provisions for a specialist to instrument and collect and interpret the data and for the time for completion of all the relevant operations. In the foregoing example the external context was particularly important; political and environmental sensitivity were stressed in other clauses of both the Contract for the hillside works and the tunnelling contract, but these considerations formed only a small part of the external environment for which the documents had to be written.

In this case the legal subject (the Contractor) is implied by the context, although, because the passive voice has been used, this may not be immediately obvious. 104 and for such other cases as may be directed by the Engineer’s Representative, (3) the Contractor (4) shall cut cores of 150 mm nominal diameter from the hardened concrete of that portion of the Works in question. Coode’s rules should be treated only as a guide; where an explanation of the reason for an action is included, it may be desirable to put the condition first, as in the following— In order that the softening or deterioration by exposure of the surface of an excavation may as far as possible be avoided (in excavation for foundations in clay and soft material and wheresoever the Engineer’s Representative shall direct), the Contractor shall leave a bottom layer of excavation not less than 100mm thick undisturbed, to be removed subsequently only when the layer of blinding or other concrete is about to be placed.

It is often difficult for the draftsman to recall from DRAFTING ENGINEERING CONTRACTS 23 his memory the word or phrase which he needs and some assistance is then required. This is illustrated by the choice of the phrase “consistent with” in— The works shall be constructed in a manner consistent with the Employer’s statutory duties. The alternatives, such as “in accordance with” or “compatible with” were considered less satisfactory, the acceptable phrase being chosen from the alternatives given in the reference books.

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