Imperial College v Norman & Dawbarn

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(1986) 2 Const. LJ 280 Contract administration In considering the standard of competence expected of an ordinarily skilled architect, it is necessary to have regard to the particular circumstances of the case. Where, therefore, an architect specified the use of external ceramic tiling as a cladding...

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