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When you did this work were you the prime or were you
a consultant to an architect or other professional. 
If so you may want to check with them.

You might want to give the Owner a call to understand
why he needs the documents and what he intends to do
with them.  This might be an opportunity to provide
some additional services.

Depending on the nature of the discussion with the
Owner it may be appropriate to point out copyright
issues, and or the fact that actual construction may
not exactly reflect what was on the plans.

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