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OT: professional practice question for UK architects

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To my UK colleagues, a quick question.

When releasing progress drawings to consultants and clients, or when releasing drawings as part of a construction bid package, but prior to obtaining a building permit–is it customary to place a "not for construction" note on the drawings?

Here in the U.S. it is often advisable to place a note that says something similar to: "Not For Construction. May Only be Used with Permission from Architect of Record."

Is there something similar used in the UK?

Thank you,

 

Dan Jansenson

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I had asked because of foreign clients that were slow in paying, basically. The situation is now resolved (I terminated the contract, with a mutual release).

It's actually quite a long story, but boring.

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