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If an owner accepts the work of a contractor, the contractor is no longer liable to third parties for an injury arising from the contractor's negligence in performing under the contract. This doctrine does not apply if the injury results from hidden, imminently dangerous defects which the contract knows about but are unknown to the owner. If the owner knew of should have known of the hidden, imminently dangerous defect, the contractor will not be liable.

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