Thursday, July 29, 2010

AIA Contract Documents Make Sense for Most Projects

If you are considering a design and/or construction project, you should understand the complexities that come with protecting your interests (in writing).  While you will obviously want your attorney to review the contracts you put in place, why take the risky and expensive path of paying him/her to draft contracts from scratch?

The various available AIA Contract Documents fit a wide range of project types and sizes.  Plus, all of the documents are coordinated to work together and are tested by 100+ years of case law.  This means fewer loophoops for problems to drop through, and helps ensure fairness in resolution of conflict.

I don't want to sound like a commercial, but AIA docs really do make sense for project owners to get good protection without reinventing the wheel.

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