pnBlawg

the professional negligence blog

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The Duty to Warn....!

There are relatively few cases on the subject of what warnings professionals need to give to their clients when advising/acting for them.  In a case that came before Akenhead J in the TCC this March, the following guidance was given.  Clearly much will depend upon the expert evidence and any contracts in such cases, but it is still worth bearing in mind this summary on a common yet surpr... [More]

Architects' Professional Consultancy Certificates – Certifiable Trouble?

As we draw to the close of 2013, one case from this year which did not receive as much attention as I expected was Hunt & Ors. v Strutt & Parker & Ors. [2013] EWHC 681 (TCC).  It is most rare to have a judgment concerning Professional Consulting Certificates (“PCCs”) issued by an architect, essentially in order to certify that a property complies with the apposite pla... [More]