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

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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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