Divisibility of The Contractor's Performance in The Contract with The Construction Component Concluded Under the FIDIC Contract Terms

Grzegorz Pawlowski, Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, DCT Gdansk SA, Poland

The issue of the divisibility of the subject of contract concluded under internationally standardized terms and conditions developed by FIDIC is of great importance, since the adoption of a particular qualification depends on the distribution of rights and obligations of the parties, significantly affecting the legal situation of each of them.

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Poland Contract Shipping August 2019 Vol.12, No. 48, Summer 2019

Grzegorz Pawlowski

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Grzegorz Pawłowski, Legal and Corporate Affairs Director - DCT Gdansk, Poland A graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, a lawyer committed to civil, commercial and corporate law in business and investment enterprises, including employee relations. As part of his professional activity, he is involved in ensuring corporate, legal and financial security of the company's investment process. Also responsible for comprehensive procurement procedures, as well as maximizing the absorption of non-returnable funding and minimizing business risks associated with the acquisition of EU funds. He takes part in representing DCT Gdansk in external contacts with the media and conducting activities towards ensuring lon-lasting partnership in the field of sustainability and social responsibility (CSR). He is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with business organizations and industry associations as well as trade unions. He twice conducted negotiations with the trade union organization on the employer's side as part of a collective dispute and effective negotiations concluded with the signing of the collective labor agreement. He publishes in professional magazines in the field of civil, commercial and EU law as well as employee relations.

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DCT Gdansk is Poland’s largest and fastest growing container facility, and the only deep-water terminal in the Baltic Sea Region having direct ocean vessel calls from the Far East. Located in the heart of the Baltic in the Port of Gdansk, DCT is the most Eastern facility in the Gdansk – Le Havre range. DCT was the first terminal that attracted direct calls from Asia to the Baltic Sea and is today the destination for the largest vessels in the world departing from China, Korea and other Asian countries. This process initiated a split of the most important shipping trade-lane in the world, Asia – Europe, into Asia – North West Europe and Asia – Baltic. The terminal handles Polish import and export, transshipment and transit. With an easy nautical accessibility comprising of 17.0m deep approach channel and up to 16.5m depth along the berth, year-round ice-free access combined with operational excellence, DCT is a natural gateway for all CEE containerized trade volumes. Thanks to infrastructure investments of the Polish Government and the City of Gdansk, DCT terminal is well linked with the international hinterland which ensures its ideal position as a true Central European and Russian Gateway.

Poland Contract Shipping August 2019 Vol.12, No. 48, Summer 2019