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2016 “Complying with all laws” during design and construction 

10-04-2016 12:31 PM

By Eric Pempus, AIA
One of the most overlooked yet dangerous pitfalls for an architect is a provision in a legal document requiring a design professional to “comply with all laws, rules, and regulations" or similar language. However, such a provision can create a trap for an unsuspecting architect. Let's take a look at several ways this language is problematic, and how to address this issue with your client. Download the PDF below to read more, or read online here.
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