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Litigation between The Bank of East Asia and Tsien Wui Marble Factory and others over the deterioration and failure of granite cladding on a bank in Hong Kong has set a legal precedent in UK construction law, says Roy Kinnear. The importance of the decision was somewhat overshadowed by the handover of the territory last summer, he says.