In the article, Mr. Lifschitz and Mr. Kapner advise contractors to carefully read and study contracts before signing them. They note that while this may seem obvious, it’s surprising how often project participants sign agreements containing clauses that a party did not read, did not understand or did not take seriously. The article then lists the following three contract provisions that place an onerous or unreasonable risk on the contractor:
2. Acceptance of Work
3. Differing Site Conditions
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This article originally appeared in the October 2016 issue of Construction Executive magazine.