Can an architect be held liable to his client in both contract and tort?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Rempel v. Parks, 1984 CanLII 658 (BC CA):

Surrey v. Carroll-Hatch, a judgment of this court, decides that, for one and the same course of conduct an architect may be liable to his client in both contract and tort.

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