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Distinguishing between “subject to a written contract” and “subject to contract”

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Posted by Michael Hiscock on 12 September 2019

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Michael Hiscock

Partner - Head of Construction

Michael is a specialist in construction and engineering procurement, advising on a wide variety of works contracts.

Michael Hiscock

Michael is a specialist in construction and engineering procurement, advising on a wide variety of works contracts.

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