RICS surveyors have to have professional indemnity insurance. Here's the low-down on what you need, why you need it and what it does for you.
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Architects and professionals working in construction who are no longer trading need run-off cover so their professional indemnity insurance stays in place.
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Join CIMA and you'll need professional indemnity insurance. But that's just the start. There's more you need to think about, too. Here's the lowdown.
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