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Posted by  SKEKIKA on February 11, 2004 at 16:46:42:

Hi am needing help to resolve a slight problem am struggling with????
a client approaches you with a view to engaging you as his architect for 6 figure house extension.you agree and exchange letters of apointment and commence the pre-contract stages of design.The project goes OK and on seeking procurement advice the client request a list of potential tenderers for the wrk.as the proj has been developing it is obvious you have a small reliable builder whom you have a good relationship with and wld be suitable to submit a tender.however the builder retains you as his architect that provides him tech advice on all his other proj.for this uyou are apid fees.What possible source of conflict of interest could this present and how can i manage this situation not be in breach of codes.

 
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