C.2 The client directly appoints all other advisors required by the project, who can understand, but are not limited to: cost advisors, landscape architects, engineers and surveyors. The client will require these advisors to maintain professional liability insurance as part of the services provided. At the planner`s request, the contractor must provide the planner with copies of the advisor`s level of service. C.4 The client is responsible for each consultant/sub-advisor/subcontractor who has been appointed, but not the planner responsible for the proper performance of his services, and requires these other parties to cooperate with the planner so that the planner can perform the services properly and efficiently. K.1 The client may provide the provision of one or all of the services by providing the building designer with a communication of at least [7 days] indicating the service or services to be suspended. I.3 If the planner is responsible to the owner, whether contractually, unauthorized, in equity, statutory or otherwise, the planner is only responsible for any reasonably foreseeable and fully mitigated damage, loss or cost to the client, caused directly by a violation of the legal obligations of the contractor. The planner is not liable to the customer for indirect, consecutive or special damages (including loss of earnings, loss of activity, opportunities to sell and payment of liquidated or damages resulting from another agreement). This approach should include carefully considered risk allocation (acquisition routes may include coin lists, business schedules, target cost formulas, and sub-project responsibility). M.6 The volume of services does not cover services related to asbestos, other hazardous substances or other impurities on site. The new 2020 edition of the RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract has been fully updated to align with the revised riba work plan and is intended to appoint an architect or consultant to provide architectural services.