The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 16 > Legal Column. Problems of Working Without a Contract
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Legal Column. Problems of Working Without a Contract

This article examines two related questions: 1. How does an engineer get paid for work done where there is no contract with the client? 2. Where a client invites tenders from various engineers for a particular project, does the client have any obligation to consider all tenders received? Ian R. Yule