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A suprisingly effective technique in situations such as these is to point out that if you certify the design complies with the building code that your errors and omissions insurance will be void.  This will mean that there will be no money availible for your client if there is a problem.

This may be one of those situations where at the end of the day you say no.

Mark Gilligan

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