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Last edited 21 Dec 2020
However, as there is no general legally-agreed definition of functional life, if it is to be included in contract documentation as a performance requirement, it is important that it is carefully defined within those contract documents and that it is consistent with all other requirements in the contract documents.
Other definitions include:
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