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Letters of intent - sheep in wolves’ clothing?

The first in a new series of articles on the legal aspects of the construction industry from UK based law firm, Browne Jacobson, sees Peter Westlake set out the situations in which these documents can be more practical than a fully binding contract.

Author(s): P. Westlake (Browne Jacobson)