Concrete Terms January 2011

Construction and Real Estate

January 19, 2011
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How to protect your client with proper contract language and help mitigate the risk of excessive rental charges.

Charging rent for equipment is an important profit center for contractors, and they're entitled to a reasonable return on their investment. In this issue of Concrete Terms, we will help define 'reasonable.'

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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