The term «PPP contract» refers to the contractual documents governing the relationship between the public and private parties in the context of a PPP transaction. These documents define the rights and obligations of the parties, address risk allocation and change management mechanisms. In practice, the «ppp contract» may include several documents and agreements. For more details, see Box 3.9: «What is the PPP contract» (p. 155) of the PPP Reference Manual. The main part of the contractual agreement is usually divided into several sections or chapters that are dealt with on a particular topic. One or more annexes or timetables may be attached to the main part of the Agreement. These annexes or timetables provide further details on specific topics, for example.B. the technical and performance specifications of the project.

The common key parts of an agreement and the nature of its content are briefly mentioned below: 3.2 If there are inconsistencies between the documents that form part of this agreement, these documents will be interpreted in the above order of priority. 10.3 This Section does not affect the ownership of intellectual property rights that existed before the commencement or that have been developed in any manner other than as a result of the performance of obligations under this Agreement («Existing Intellectual Property»). However, the staff member(s) shall grant the ILO a permanent, irrevocable, free, non-exclusive license (including a sub-license) for the use, reproduction, adaptation, publication, communication and exploitation of such existing intellectual property for the purposes of this Agreement. Some international development organizations have also developed guidelines on PPP laws and concessions laws, which contain details on the content of contractual agreements. For more information, see PPP laws and concession laws. Many international financial institutions, including the World Bank, have standardized documentation on government procurement of goods and services. For more information, see Procurement process and tender documents. 4.3 Cooperation under this Agreement shall take place for operational purposes; it does not imply access to or influence over the governance of a Contracting Party`s decision-making structures, and in particular in the case of the ILO, over the governance, standardization or oversight systems of the organization. (a) to take immediate measures to ensure that the performance of an obligation under the treaty is concluded in an orderly manner; 10.1 All intellectual property rights, including patents, copyrights, designs and trademarks, are addressed to the ILO. .

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