Construction projects — records, records, records
Ask any construction solicitor ‘what is valued’ and the answer is simple: records, records and more records. Records provide hard evidence of what was agreed and/or shows what is disputed.
But any record must be useful. So the more information gathered about ‘what, where, why, when and who’, the better the record. It sounds simple enough but can often be overlooked before and during a construction project.
What records are useful throughout a construction project? …
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