Contracts for Construction and Engineering Projects
Fit for purpose or due skill and care?
Fit for purpose or due skill and care?1
This chapter reviews the outcome of a recent case in England which considered the contractual obligations of a design and construct contractor who was required not only to exercise due skill and care in performing the design, but also to warrant that the design would be fit for purpose.
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