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Confusion over completion can result in a complete washout

Practical completion - what a crazy idea! The courts and legal commentators alike have grappled with the notion of construction works which are nearly but not quite complete, or are notionally, but not actually, complete, or are apparently complete subject to the manifestation of latent defects.

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