In principle, a valuer may: (1) exclude or restrict his liability for negligently causing financial loss to his client by means of an appropriate term in the contract under which he is engaged1; and (2) exclude or restrict his liability for negligently causing financial loss to a third party by means of an appropriate notice or disclaimer2.
In consumer contracts excluding liability for negligence is barred under the Consumer Rights Act 20153 where a breach of any obligation to take reasonable care or exercise reasonable skill in the performance of a contract arises from an express or implied term of
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