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" The drawings and specifications furnished for this work are to be considered instruments of service, are to be used for this building only, are the property of the architect, and must be returned to him immediately upon the completion of the work set... "
The Country House: A Practical Manual of the Planning and Construction of ... - Page 304
by Charles Edward Hooper - 1905 - 330 pages
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Building Construction and Superintendence: Carpenters' work

Frank Eugene Kidder - Building - 1898
...provision to be made to the architect's satisfaction for protection from falling materials. The drawings are the property of the architect and must be returned to him before the final payment is made. The contractor is to keep the building at all times free from rubbish...
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Successful Houses and how to Build Them

Charles Elmer White - Architecture, Domestic - 1912 - 520 pages
...and perform the work in question in accordance therewith. PROPERTY. The drawings and specifications for this work are to be considered instruments of...building only; are the property of the Architect, and are to 'be returned to him upon the completion of the work set forth therein. AWARD OF CONTRACT. The...
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