The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 5 > Responsibility, Liability, and Professional Indemnity Insurance - Security V. Design Quality?
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Responsibility, Liability, and Professional Indemnity Insurance - Security V. Design Quality?

The current situation as regards professional engineers’ responsibility, professional liability, and the options available for PI insurance, were discussed at a recent meeting of the Institution’s Council, also attended by some invited guests. Some new factors, such as the impact of the Latent Damage Act 1986, were also considered. S. Tietz