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Where a construction contract is not based on a standard form, will the terms implied by law relating to the execution of work and use of materials be subject to reasonable care and skill, as opposed to an implied term as to fitness for purpose?

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Published on LexisPSL on 30/07/2019

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  • Where a construction contract is not based on a standard form, will the terms implied by law relating to the execution of work and use of materials be subject to reasonable care and skill, as opposed to an implied term as to fitness for purpose?

Where a construction contract is not based on a standard form, will the terms implied by law relating to the execution of work and use of materials be subject to reasonable care and skill, as opposed to an implied term as to fitness for purpose?

An implied term is one that has not been expressly agreed between the parties and is therefore not recorded in the contract. Terms may be implied into the

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