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No duty of care owed by consulting engineers

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Posted by Sandra Piaskowska on 26 September 2018

Sandra Piaskowska - Construction Law Lawyer
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Sandra acts in a wide range of construction disputes and has experience of advising on crucial issues that arise during projects including time for completion, extensions of time, loss and expense, variations, payment and design and defects.

Sandra Piaskowska

Sandra acts in a wide range of construction disputes and has experience of advising on crucial issues that arise during projects including time for completion, extensions of time, loss and expense, variations, payment and design and defects.

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