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You Need These 2 Provisions in Your Contracts

Every company seems to have its own form of contract these days. Whether it’s the general contractor, the plumber, or the tile distributor, everyone wants you to sign “their” contract, so that they’re protected on the job—or so they hope. You should always include these two provisions in a contract:

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Construction is a very risky business. Lots of things can go wrong, and when they do, it can be very expensive to fix them. Having these two provisions in each of your agreements will surely help.

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