The architect or engineer has no general authority to vary, waive, or dispense with any conditions contained in the contract or to vary the works without express authority to do so1. Where he is authorised by the contract to give directions as to the manner in which the work is to be carried out, he may give only such directions as fall within the contract, and may not vary the scope of the proposed works
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