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Some Principles of Law Relating to Conditons of Contract. Discussion on Mr. B. C. P. Kehoe's Paper.

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Some Principles of Law Relating to Conditons of Contract. Discussion on Mr. B. C. P. Kehoe's Paper.
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PRELIMINARY REMARKS BY THE AUTHOR. In submitting this paper for your consideration I would like to explain for the benefit of those who do not know me that I am not a legal man but an engineer like yourselves, and, incidentally, a contractor, and if, as such, I am dealing with rather an unusual subject, I am doing so in the hope that a layman’s experience may be of interest. I do not propose to read the paper, which, no doubt,you have all had the opportunity of perusing, and which I trust will at least, have the effect of bringing to your notice some points of law of which previously you may not have been aware.

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