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The Scottish Building Standards, Part I. Technical Handbook – Domestic, Appendix A Defined Terms, defines reasonably practicable in relation to the carrying out of any works as: ‘…reasonably practicable having regard to all the circumstances including the expense involved in carrying out the work.’
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