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A Comparison of English and Foreign Building Laws

So much has been said recently of the need for revision of the London Building Act,and so many criticisms have been made of it, that it seems reasonable to examine carefully the provisions of other building laws which are in force in other countries, and frequently form the basis for criticism of our own. C.H. Cottew