Snagging

The process when the housebuilder inspects a new-build home for quality of finish. The intended resident should also compile a snagging list either before they move in or just after
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Snagging

When a builder attends the site to resolve outstanding matters after the main construction has been completed.
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Snagging

When a builder attends the site to resolve outstanding matters after the main construction has been completed.
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snagging

Snagging is going over a building in detail to determine a list of areas that need repair or resurfacing. Once these problems have been identified, Magic Man can go through the list and attend to all the repairs.
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Snagging

the term used to describe unsatisfactory work or small items of work still to be completed which are discussed/discovered during final site inspections. see contract.
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Snagging

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Snag
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Snagging

Snagging, also known as snag fishing, snatch fishing, or foul hooking, is a method of fishing that entails catching a fish using hooks without the fish having to take the bait with their mouth. This is achieved by pulling the fishing line out of the water very quickly as soon as any movement is felt on the line, with the intention of piercing the
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snagging

A method of catching fish by jerking an unbaited hook through the water. In Arizona, snagging is not legal except for carp.
Found on http://www.azgfd.gov/h_f/fishing_glossary.shtml
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