The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 62 (1984) > Issues > Issue 7 > The Structural Engineer as an Expert Witness
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The Structural Engineer as an Expert Witness

The consumer protection legislation of the past few years appears to have led to an increase in claims for redress for faulty building design or construction. No doubt, many of them are settled privately, but it appears that there is also an increase in litigation to deal with those cases where the differences cannot be resolved so easily. A.R. Mackay