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Unless you can somehow limit your liability to just
the items that are mentioned, I would assume that
you will be taking all the responsibility for the entire
project.  I doubt that it would be very easy to limit
your liability.  You might talk to your lawyer, or 
insurance agent.  My feeling is that you will likely need
to review the entire project, and make sure that it
is something that you feel comfortable with.

Dan Goodrich, P.E.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tin Dinh" <tindinh(--nospam--at)yahoo.com>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 12:43 PM
Subject: Engineering service


> I have been requested to help a client who has been
> not pleased with the performance of his design-build
> firm and has canceled their service. The project is
> not completed and has been carried out since by
> another builder based on the approved plan made by the
> previous design-build contractor. As the project is
> going to the final phase to get the final inspection,
> the inspector found out couple discrepancies  that
> need to be addressed to the engineer/architect of
> record of the project and also their approval. My
> client has tried to reach them several times, by phone
> as well as by mail,but there has been no response.
> I like to know your comments respecting how to
> approach the case to help the client to finalize the
> project and if I give them my engineering service, do
> I assume all the engineering responsibility of the
> whole project.
> 
> 
> 
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