Perhaps archaeologists ought to study planning law.
So then we could offer two tarifs, one cheapy charge for archaeological work or a grossly earth costing legal work charge.
peter <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Yes it's odd that £120 per person per day is more expensive than £240
per person per Hour. In Admin law fees of £1,000 + per day are not
Peter Alexander-Fitzgerald BA LLB LLM
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Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Roman remains face obliteration at Southwark
> Costs rather than damages and he would have to prove (to the
> satisfaction of a Judge) that the condition was unreasonable etc
It's costs that are the problem - for some reason, developers can't
archaeologists but can afford expensive lawyers.
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