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3 Scary Clauses in Construction Subcontracts

South Florida subcontractors in all disciplines are being asked by busy general contractors to bid on both residential and commercial projects. And once their bids are accepted, subcontractors are given a subcontract to sign – a subcontract that is often not read or completely understood.

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Subcontractors need to know these clauses are likely to be in each of their subcontracts. Depending on the circumstances, subcontractors would do well to consider negotiating or even neutralizing these clauses.

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