Co-Operation without Self Incrimination: Best Practice for Handling Building Practitioner Inquiries


Professional misconduct inquiries can feel deeply personal and stressful. This week Justin Cotton, partner and head of practitioner advocacy, considers the need to strike the right balance between co-operating with the inquiry and making sure responses are truthful, accurate and properly considered – rather than rushed.

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