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Some Notes on the Remuneration of Structural Engineers & Architects

The labourer, be he millionaire or manual worker, is worthy of his hire, but, in the absence of a definite contract, very distinct divergences of opinion may arise as to the value of that hire. Such value may ultimately have to be settled by Judge and Jury, and possibly, in the case of a Structural Engineer or Architect, the award may be on such a scale as to make the victorious Plaintiff feel that the hire is not worthy of the labourer. Lexterus