A multi-party agreement between key participants is a common way to support the IPR`s objectives. In a multi-party agreement (MPA), the main participants in the project execute a single contract indicating their respective roles, rights, obligations and commitments. In fact, the multi-party agreement creates a temporary and, in some cases, formal virtual organization to carry out a particular project. As a single agreement is used, each party understands its role in the relationship with the other participants. Compensation structures are often open, so the interests and contributions of each party are equally transparent. Multi-party agreements require trust, as compensation is linked to the overall success of the project and individual success to the contributions of all team members.  Job Order Contracting, JOC is a form of integrated project implementation that specifically targets repairs, renovations and small constructions. It has proven capable of providing more than 90% of projects over time, budget and to the satisfaction of owners, contractors and customers.  Signatory: The contract is still signed by the owner, Lead Designer and Lead Builder.
Some owners choose to have more than 3 signatories to the agreement, which attracts other design and trade partners as key signatories. If the other parties are not signatories, they are usually awarded under one of the main signatories and the language is inserted into the sub-contract to bind them under the IPD master`s agreement. A subsequent blog post will examine the pros and cons of tripartite counter-poly agreements (more than 3 signatories). P.A.s are designed so that a state landowner can retain control of the district character for the public good. However, this can sometimes lead to cumbersome licensing mechanisms in PPPs, which may eventually delay the project. This is particularly the case where there are licensing mechanisms for advance planning with the government as the owner of the land and the procedures for establishing the plan. Ideally, the PDA project should: in a PDA, the proponent generally acquires interest in the country during the duration of the project through a put/call option mechanism, not when entering the PDA. The deferred land acquisition provides the developer with cash flow, as the payment of the land may be deferred until a time closer to the completion of the development. However, there is a risk of closure. It is important to ensure that the call option and the put option work, that the start and end dates of call and sales options are clear and based on objective events, that all conditions can be met and controlled by the developer, and that all bid-for-sale contracts accompanying the PDA are effectively transferred to the country.