Make Good Not War: Snagging and the law


It may be customary for a contractor to return to a completed project and rectify defects at no cost to the client, but the common law has to date provided little protection if this doesn't happen, writes Kieran Fano

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Kieran Fano

Senior Associate at Goodman Derrick

Kieran qualified as a solicitor in September 2012 and has developed extensive knowledge and experience of construction and engineering projects both domestically and internationally across a range of industry sectors including commercial, education, food, health, hotels, housebuilding, infrastructure, nuclear, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, renewable energy and residential.

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