Agreements required to be in writing To make the following obligations binding on the promisor, the promise must be in writing and signed by the party to be charged therewith or some person lawfully authorized by him: 1 A promise by an executor, administrator, guardian, or trustee to answer damages out of his own estate; 2 A promise to answer for the debt, default, or miscarriage of another; 3 Any agreement made upon consideration of marriage, except marriage articles as provided in Article 3 of Chapter 3 of Title 19; 4 Any contract for sale of lands, or any interest in, or concerning lands; 5 Any agreement that is not to be performed within one year from the making thereof; 6 Any promise to revive a debt barred by a statute of limitation; and 7 Any commitment to lend money. State law provides for the Department of Administrative Services to procure insurance for State entities. The reason is that resources may have to be expended to satisfy such warranty or guarantee. The UCC regards these as distinguishable from consequential damages because they are usually meant to include out of pocket expenses directly attributable to the breach i. Georgia Tech, as a state agency, does not have authority to purchase commercial insurance. Certain sponsored research agreements, such as teaming agreements may have limited exclusivity provisions, provided that exclusivity is restricted to the lowest possible level i. Such provisions violate the prohibition against pledging the State's credit.
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Confirmation of Georgia Resident, Small Business, or Georgia. Statewide Contracts are established by State Purchasing for the benefit of government entities throughout Georgia.
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(SWCs) for the benefit of both State and Local government entities throughout Georgia. Unless a written exception is provided, agencies are expected to utilize the Mandatory Statewide Contracts. Legal rules of contract creation, interpretation, enforcement and. Further, [the UCC] reduces the formalities required for contract formation.
Finally, by virtue of the doctrine of sovereign immunity, suit may not be maintained in the courts against a state entity without the express consent of the State.
Refer to discussion of arbitration, above, for more information. Best efforts provisions that require the expenditure of any funds or efforts necessary to meet the obligations of a contract, even if such efforts exceed the dollar amount of the contract. The State is exempt from most taxes and generally will not agree to contract language which requires the payment of taxes. The AG ruled that the contract may be renewed prior to the end of the fiscal year if all of the funds are available and are unencumbered during that same fiscal year.
required supplies, equipment and services to take maximum advantage of. requesting Procurement services is provided in AppendixGTA Procurement.
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Many standard clauses typically found in commercial contracts can not be accepted by Georgia Tech. The restrictions are based on constitutional and statutory. Prior to using the RFP process to establish a contract, the state must certify in writing that the use of competitive sealed bidding (i.e., the RFQ process) will not be.
Contractual provisions which require Georgia Tech to accept the risk of loss of an item during delivery.
US State Law. Other Databases. Provisions which effectively waive the right of the Attorney General to bring actions on behalf of the state are prohibited.
IV, Par. Georgia Tech's facility so that the risk of loss is on the seller until such delivery. Georgia Tech does not agree to binding arbitration.
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Best efforts provisions that require the expenditure of any funds or efforts necessary to meet the obligations of a contract, even if such efforts exceed the dollar amount of the contract. State law provides for the Department of Administrative Services to procure insurance for State entities.
Contractual provisions which require Georgia Tech to accept the risk of loss of an item during delivery. All contracts must expire at the end of the fiscal year July 1 - June Unknown obligations may violate various laws such as the prohibition against pledges of the State's credit and the prohibition against gratuities by the State.