Importance of Contract Checklists

Sara

You have to have a system for managing your flow of work in the office.  On construction projects, this means for every project you bid or negotiate, you have to know the framework of what your client expects.  That expectation is generally (hopefully) captured in a written contract. Each contract, however, is not an island unto itself.  The terms and conditions have to work with your organization and how you function.  If your contracts all contain different terms, different notice provisions, different lien requirements, different payment terms, different indemnification terms, etc., you will never be able to reasonably manage your responsibilities (especially legal responsibilities) on these projects. 

[Read More]