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When you instruct a professional to carry out a task, you have a reasonable expectation that they owed you a duty of care to carry out their instructions in a way that does not cause you or your business harm.
Should a professional breach their duty of care, you may be able to bring a claim in contract or tort against them, and there may be advantages as to which type of claim you should bring.
In pursuing a claim against a professional adviser (such as an adviser, surveyor, accountant or solicitor), you will need to ensure that you comply with the applicable pre-action protocol. By seeking early advice, you can ensure that the protocol is complied with and attempt to reach an early settlement.