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Re: Structural 'Best Practices'

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You want to make sure that you are not contractually obligated to follow best practices in doing your work.  This could greatly increase your professional liability and possibly impact the applicability of your insurance.  

Talk to your lawer and your insurance carrier.

Mark Gilligan

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