Snagging refers to the process of inspecting a new construction project for minor faults or unfinished work that need to be corrected before the final handover to the client. This typically occurs towards the end of a construction project. Snagging identifies issues such as cracks in walls, improperly fitted doors, finishing defects, or any other work that does not meet the contract specifications or quality standards. Once identified, these snags are listed and passed to the contractors for rectification. The snagging process is crucial for ensuring that the finished project meets the expected standards of quality and functionality, providing satisfaction to both the client and the end-users.