Recently I have been asked to sign an Electronic Data Transfer Agreement in order to receive CAD drawings from an architect. This is the second time I have been asked to sign such an agreement. In short, the agreement says that the drawings are for reference only an the architect has no responsibility if the information contained with the drawings is correct. Huh????? how am I suppose to design a building if your drawings are for reference only.
What do others do in this instance? Seems like I am forced to sign their agreement or not get any help from their CAD files.
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