Where the contract provides that the work is to be carried out to the satisfaction or approval of the employer himself, the courts will generally imply that such satisfaction or approval is not to be unreasonably withheld1, but where it appears from the tenor of the agreement that one party is entitled to withhold approval or satisfaction without reasonable grounds, such an implication will be precluded
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