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The Dotted Line: 5 of the most commonly misinterpreted terms in construction contracts

The following is the 10th installment of Construction Dive’s “The Dotted Line” series, which takes an in-depth look at different construction contract types each month with expert input. Read the first nine installments here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here. People are fallible, and misunderstandings are a part of life.

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Pay-if-Paid Contract Language & Keeping Yourself Out Of Court

I just discovered a great blog on Construction Law via a link a followed from a Remodeling Magazine Newsletter link and the article I was pointed to is a real good one about as Remodeling Magazine writes “The Dreaded Pay-if-Paid Clause.” I’ve put The Construction Contractor Advisor blog in my Feedly to track and I for one am looking forward to reading more there too.

And also from the same Remodeling Magazine newsletter there was also a good article on Dos and Don’ts to Keep You Out of Court By Alex Barthet that is important worthwhile reading too.

 

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