In the absence of a contractual right to terminate1, the employment of an architect or engineer in the capacity of agent of the building owner or employer may not be determined prior to completion2. In general, the only remedy of an architect who has been dismissed without good cause is a claim for damages3, as the court will not normally decree specific performance of the contract of employment, because it will not generally compel persons against their will to maintain continuous personal and confidential relations. The court will not order specific performance in a contract of employment where a
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