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Legal Column. Collateral Warranties: an Introduction to why They are Required and What They Should Contain

Despite the unpopularity of collateral warranties with architects, engineers and contractors alike, there can be little doubt that, for the time being at least, warranties are here to stay. This article seeks to explain why that is the case and identifies some of the key considerations which need to be addressed before parties sign up. A. Rawston