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AGO 1957 NO. 68 >

Where an architect has entered into a written contract with the state agreeing to provide detailed plans, specifications and estimates, and where such plans and specifications have been prepared, submitted and accepted by the state, the architect is entitled to be paid for his services as provided in the contract even though sufficient appropriations have not been made to complete the construction of the project.