As previously stated, this practice note focuses on the RIBA Standard Agreement 2010 (2012 revision): Architect. The 2010 edition replaced RIBA SFA/99: (standard form of Appointment for an Architect 1999) and RIBA S-Con-07-A (Standard Agreement for the Appointment of an Architect). The 2012 edition of this guide explains how the new suite of professional services contracts, known as riba agreements 2010 (revised 2012), is used. With examples covered and instructions on matters relating to professional contracts, it is designed to be read in conjunction with the notes and form letters attached to each of the contracts in the suite. Clients will also find that it will help them understand the role of professionals and the responsibilities of each of the parties. RIBA contracts have been created to give you confidence in your contractual agreements and provide clear and concise information that architects, project owners and contractors can trust. RibA Standard Agreement 2010 (revision 2012): the architect has been subject to a rigorous check of legal accuracy. Formally recommended by RIBA and easily adapted to the needs of specific projects, it presents a secure contractual document for the appointment of architects. Pack contains: This practice note deals with the 2010 standard agreement of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) (revised in 2012), including the standard conditions for the appointment of an architect in 2010. A finding judgment is a judgment that identifies the rights, obligations or obligations of one or more parties to the dispute. . . .