The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 19 > Legal Column. Deeds of What?
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Legal Column. Deeds of What?

George was depressed. This upstanding member of the engineering community was being squeezed: on the one hand, his solicitor was advising him not to sign any of the socalled ‘deeds of warranty’ that were sitting on his desk; on the other hand, his clients were demanding his signature. His developer clients were using the usual mixture of threats, abuse and bribery to try to persuade him to sign: J.J. Ward