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Human Rights Act has nothing to do with construction? If only. . .

There are a few phrases that cause my heart to sink. One is 'who owns the float?' The question immediately conjures up images of critical path analysis, debate as to concurrent causes of delay, and let's face it, mind-bogglingly complicated contractors' claims for delay and disruption.

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