As anyone who is not a surveyor bought it and found it useful


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Initial post: 21 Sep 2013 14:47:42 BDT
The book is meant for a wider audience than just surveyors. It is writen without technical jargon, references to legislation or mathematical equations. If you can understand how a lever works, like a see-saw, then you should undertand the principles in the book. Builders, developers, or just practical laymen(and lay women) should have no problem with it.
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Practical Guide to Diagnosing Structural Movement in Buildings by Malcolm Holland (Paperback - 8 Jun. 2012)
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