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Kasia Burdzy legal assistant Thomas Eggar

Ruling has major ramifications for providers of bespoke systems

It’s been understood that there is an implied fitness-for-purpose warranty in a design-and-build contract. However, a decision in Trebor Bassett Holdings Ltd v ADT Fire & Security plc [2012] EWCA Civ 1158 has somehow distorted this understanding.

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