Some Principles of Law Relating to Conditions of Contract

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Some Principles of Law Relating to Conditions of Contract

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Some Principles of Law Relating to Conditions of Contract
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IT is necessary to appreciate that there is no Law dealing exclusively with Building Contracts and reference to the Law of Contracts covers everyday transactions of every description, the buying and selling of goods and other dealings of that kind. If it is suggested in the following remarks that, an Engineer should follow certain procedure or take a certain course of action in dealing with various matters, let it be perfectly understood that the advice is given subject to the particular contract conditions containing nothing to the contrary. B.C.P. Kehoe

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