Aesthetic considerations will often arise in the execution of building work. Where a contractor agrees to carry out work to the aesthetic satisfaction of the employer, there can be no implication that the employer would not unreasonably withhold his approval of the work, for in such circumstances approval is not susceptible of objective ascertainment. The employer must, however, act honestly; he cannot avoid paying the contractor by capriciously withholding approval
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