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Illegal means something that is not according to, is contrary to or is not authorised by a specific law (or in some cases official rule).
An illegal act is an act or activity that is contrary to the law. In construction this can be a single act carried out on site that is contrary to law - such as failure to comply with health and safety legislation.
 Illegal building or construction
 Illegal employment
 Illegal use
- Construction and the Modern Slavery Act.
- Corporate social responsibility in construction.
- Gifts, bribes and kickbacks.
- Equality Act.
- Ethical labour sourcing standard.
- Ethics and the engineer.
- Ethics in construction.
- Health and safety.
- Modern slavery.
- Money laundering.
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