Sometimes it’s the little details that can make or break your contract. Attorneys pay a lot of attention to the larger—seemingly more important—contract terms, such as limitation of liability and damages, subrogation waiver and indemnity. But oftentimes it is something small, but no less important, that can spell doom (or at least a major headache). Continue reading
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Don’t rest easy just because you have a contract with your customer. Whether your contract will be enforced by a court, or even applies at all if you are sued, depends entirely on what your contract says. Many alarm contracts I see, a staggering number actually, are riddled with errors that could make them useless. These contracts either simply don’t have the right provisions, or they say the wrong thing. This puts the business in jeopardy if a customer ever experiences a loss. Are you in that same boat? Here are some questions to ask your business. Continue reading