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If 45cm was agreed and it appears that it was because the contract states it is such then that is an express term of the contract. This means it is part of the contract and can not be changed. If you were asked to sign new plans then unless it was pointed out that the new design was 55cm and not 45cm then you are still ok to have 45cm walls.
Therefore it is a term of the contract and you can insist on 45cm walls.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thanks, it was not pointed out that I would have greater than 45cm walls.
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Yes I was just away from my desk.
If it was a condition of the original contract that you would have 45cm walls and you always thought that would be the case then you can demand it. If they changed the specification then this should have been pointed out to you.
If not then you can insist on 45cm walls.
They can not refuse because this is a term of the contract and has been written down and agreed by all parties.
Can I clarify anything for you about this?