Comparison of Structural and Technical Reports, Schedules of Condition and Proofs of Evidence

  • Ivor H. Seeley
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Abstract

This chapter makes a comparative study with supporting examples of the different types of report prepared by the surveyor, their purpose and the way in which they are used.

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