Law For The Control Of Engineering And Architectural Services

Original Language Title: Gesetz zur Regelung von Ingenieur- und Architektenleistungen

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Engineering and Architectural Services Legislation

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ArchLG

Date of issue: 04.11.1971

Full quote:

" Engineer-and Engineer Regulation Architectural services of 4. November 1971 (BGBl. 1745, 1749), as defined by Article 1 of the Law of 12. November 1984 (BGBl. I p. 1337), "

:modified by Art. 1 G v. 12.11.1984 I 1337

For details, see the Notes

Footnote

(+ + + text evidence from: 10.11.1971 + + +) menu
(+ + + measures) on the basis of the EinigVtr cf. ArchLG Appendix EV; do not use more
in accordance with. Art. 1 No. 4 (a) (a). bb G v. 21.1.2013 I 91
mWv 29.1.2013 + + +)

The G was as article 10 G v. 4.11.1971 I 1745 (MietRVerbG) approved by the Bundestag with the consent of the Bundesrat. It's gem. Article 11 (2) (1) of this Act entered into force on 10 November 1971. Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Authorisation to grant an honorary order for engineers

(1) The Federal Government is authorized to Ordinance with the consent of the Federal Council to issue an honorary order for the performance of the engineers. In the fee arrangement, fees are for services in advising the client, in the planning and execution of structures and technical installations, in the tendering and awarding of construction services as well as in the preparation, planning and To regulate the implementation of urban planning and traffic engineering measures.(2) Minimum and maximum rates are to be fixed in the fee arrangement. In doing so, it is necessary to take into account the legitimate interests of the engineers and the payment of the fees. The fee rates are to be aligned with the type and scope of the task as well as to the performance of the engineer. Special fees can be set for the special services of the engineer, which are effective in terms of rationalization and lead to a reduction in the costs of construction and use.(3) It should be provided in the fee arrangement that
1.
sets the minimum rates by written agreement in Exception cases can be undershot;
2.
the maximum rates are exceeded only for exceptional or unusually long duration of service
3.
the minimum rates shall be deemed to be agreed unless otherwise agreed upon in writing when the engineering order is issued.
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§ 2 Empowerment to issue an architect's fee

(1) The Federal Government is authorized to Ordinance with the consent of the Federal Council to enact an honorary order for the achievements of the architects (including the garden and landscape architects). In the fee arrangement, fees are paid for services in advising the client, in the planning and execution of works and installations, in the tender and award of works, as well as in the preparation, planning and implementation of to regulate urban development measures.(2) Minimum and maximum rates are to be fixed in the fee arrangement. In doing so, it is necessary to take account of the legitimate interests of the architects and of the fees paid for payment of the fees. The fee rates are to be aligned with the type and scope of the task as well as to the performance of the architect. Special fees can be set for the architect's special services, which are effective in terms of rationalization, and which result in a reduction in the costs of construction and use.(3) It should be provided in the fee arrangement that
1.
sets the minimum rates by written agreement in Exception cases can be undershot;
2.
the maximum rates are exceeded only for exceptional or unusually long duration of service
3.
the minimum rates shall be deemed to be agreed unless otherwise agreed upon in writing when the contract of architects is granted.
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§ 3 Non-binding of the coupling of land purchase agreements with engineering and architectural contracts

An agreement by which the acquirer of a property undertakes in connection with the acquisition to use the services of a particular engineer or architect in the planning or execution of a building on the property is ineffective. The validity of the contract relating to the acquisition of the land remains unaffected.