Article Date: 05/30/2005


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 3-22


This week's common thread is about what pays and what doesn't pay. In Bilt-Rite v. The Architecture Studio, we learn that non-privity won't necessarily protect an architect (or engineer) with flawed plans from getting stuck with the bill for losses incurred by a bid-awarded contractor. It also doesn't pay to start a project before ink ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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