Concrete Terms April 2011

Construction and Real Estate

April 20, 2011
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How to avoid overpriced change orders.

Owners review contract documents for their project with an eye on reducing risks. But they often overlook change orders, unaware that each change order is a separate contract within a contract. This issue of Concrete Terms offers tips and ideas to modify contract language to help make sure change orders are reasonably priced.

Concrete Terms was created to give busy construction and real estate attorneys quick and practical information they can use to serve their clients better.


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