Study of controversial of increase or decrease work items for changes design in engineering lease.
根據本文研究得到以下幾個結論：1.透過文獻資料與問卷調查統計分析，共彙整出工程契約的五大爭議類型，分別為變更爭議、解釋爭議、延遲索賠爭議、驗收爭議及保固爭議；2. 經由統計得知這五大爭議類型中又以變更爭議類型為最常發生且因增刪工作項目及工作數量之原因而產生爭議事件最為常見；3. 針對爭議問題提出三個解決方法，分別為減少變更設計、速訂定有關工程變更設計作業規定及工程主管機關應適時調整風險分攤比例。|
Conventionally, the additional clause of request of change design is one of clauses in engineering contract and noticeably appoints that ask of design change during the effecting period of contract due to occurring of uncertain conditions or the inquire of owns. Two sides of contract have to follow established procedures to alter the corresponding contains of the contract. Reward and time-limit of the project are often two major factors in engineering contracts and may construct significant influence, unfair for both sides, and continual dispute when a request of change design rises. This study first revised what are engineering contracts, the properties as well as types of the engineering contracts, and the contains of contract about the provisions of change design based on literatures compilation and analysis. Also, a question nail was create and answered by corresponding construction engineers to conclude the argument types for request of change design in public work. Among most normally argument types in Taiwan, this study focused on investigation the causes as well as seeking corresponding solutions for the issue of altering of working items and qualities in contract. Finally, the study concluded five major disputes in engineering contract: change design, giving explanation, delay in claimant, check and accept, and engineering warranty. Among these five arguments, request of change design was the most dispute issue and altering of working items and qualities were the most important factors. Finally, the study recommended that the issues can be solved via reducing request of change design, concluding a practicable specification for change design, and adjusting the rate of risk-sharing between both sides of contract.
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