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Let’s talk about professional practice, shall we? For those who don’t know, that term describes the requirement of a student to extend their knowledge within a practical environment, no matter what the field is. What do you know about it?

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What code holds the architect responsible for the building/structure he designed for a certain period of time.

    The Civil Code holds the architect responsible for the building/structure he designed for a certain period of time. This means that if any issues or defects arise within that time frame, the architect can be held accountable for them. The Civil Code serves as a legal framework to ensure that architects fulfill their professional obligations and maintain the quality and safety of their designs.

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    What PD created the PRC which regulates the practice of various professionals.

    PD 223 refers to Presidential Decree 223. This decree was responsible for creating the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) in the Philippines. The PRC is the government agency that regulates and supervises the practice of various professionals in the country. It ensures that professionals meet the required standards and qualifications to protect the public's welfare. Therefore, PD 223 is the correct answer as it directly created the PRC and gave it the authority to regulate professional practice.

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  • 3. 

    An offer to perform the work prescribed in a contract at a specified cost.

    A bid refers to an offer made by a party to perform the work specified in a contract at a specific cost. It is a formal proposal that outlines the terms, conditions, and price at which the bidder is willing to undertake the project. Bids are commonly used in competitive bidding processes, where multiple parties submit their offers to win a contract or project. The correct answer, "BID," accurately represents this definition.

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    Repairs and corrective works at the expense of the contractor should be done within how many days after written notice by owner?

    The repairs and corrective works at the expense of the contractor should be done within 5 days after receiving a written notice from the owner.

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    Predecessor of PD 1096

    The correct answer is R.A. 6451, RA 6451, REPUBLIC ACT 6451. This refers to Republic Act 6451, which is the predecessor of PD 1096. PD 1096 is the National Building Code of the Philippines, which was enacted to provide for the safety and welfare of the public in the construction and maintenance of buildings. Republic Act 6451, on the other hand, may have been an earlier legislation that laid the foundation for the development of the National Building Code.

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    It is a right enforceable against specific property to secure payment of an obligation.

    A lien is a legal right that allows a creditor to hold onto or sell specific property belonging to a debtor as security for the repayment of a debt or obligation. This means that if the debtor fails to fulfill their payment obligations, the creditor can take legal action to enforce the lien and recover the amount owed by selling the property. Liens can be placed on various types of property, such as real estate, vehicles, or personal belongings, and they provide a level of protection for creditors to ensure they can recover their money.

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    A contract provision setting forth the damages a party must pay in the event of his breach.

    A penalty clause is a contractual provision that outlines the monetary damages that a party will be required to pay if they breach the contract. This clause serves as a deterrent against breaching the contract and ensures that the non-breaching party is compensated for any losses or damages incurred as a result of the breach. The penalty clause acts as a form of punishment for the breaching party and encourages them to fulfill their contractual obligations to avoid the financial consequences outlined in the clause.

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    Who declares bankruptcy as a valid reason for the termination of a contract?

    The contractor declares bankruptcy as a valid reason for the termination of a contract. When a contractor goes bankrupt, they may not be able to fulfill their obligations under the contract, such as completing the work or making payments. In such cases, the contractor may declare bankruptcy, which allows them to legally terminate the contract due to their financial inability to perform. This protects both parties involved, as it provides a clear reason for contract termination and allows for the resolution of any outstanding issues.

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    If there is a variance/discrepancy between the drawings and specifications, what shall be followed?

    The correct answer is "SPECIFICATION, SPECIFICATIONS." This means that if there is any difference or inconsistency between the drawings and the specifications, both the singular form "SPECIFICATION" and the plural form "SPECIFICATIONS" should be followed. This ensures that any conflicting information is resolved and the project is carried out accurately according to the requirements outlined in both the drawings and specifications.

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  • 10. 

    Means to purchase and/or fabricate and deliver to jobsite.

    FURNISH means to provide or supply something, typically referring to purchasing, fabricating, and delivering it to a specific location or jobsite. In this context, it implies the act of acquiring and delivering the necessary items or materials to complete a project or fulfill a requirement.

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    Means to furnish and install.

    The word "provide" means to furnish and install. It implies the action of supplying or making available something that is needed or requested. In this context, "provide" is the most suitable word that conveys the meaning of furnishing and installing.

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    Additional information on contract documents issued to bidders before date of bidding.

    A bid bulletin is a type of contract document that is issued to bidders before the date of bidding. It contains additional information or updates regarding the bidding process, such as changes to the specifications, terms and conditions, or deadlines. Bidders are expected to review the bid bulletin carefully and incorporate any changes or updates into their bids. This helps to ensure that all bidders have access to the same information and are able to submit accurate and competitive bids.

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