How can contractors minimize the potential for contract documents disputes?

By Kenneth W. Cobleigh, Esq.

Contract disputes often result when one party has differing expectations about the performance obligations of the other party. Written contracts that describe, at a minimum, the scope of work or services, the payment terms and conditions, the project timeline, the insurance considerations, the terms associated with correction of work, and the terms associated with changes in scope of work or services are critical to ensuring each party has a clear understanding of its obligations and the other party’s expectations.

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