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Standard construction contracts should have the following information and clauses: Name of contractor and contact information. Include the contractor's license number along with phone number, email address, and company address. Name of homeowner and contact information.
Read everything before signing. Ensure everything you agree to is in writing and part of the contract. Understand the indemnity clause. Understand the additional insured clause. Outline how change orders will be handled. Understand arbitration clauses, jurisdiction clauses, and attorneys' fees clauses.
Get it in writing. Keep it simple. Deal with the right person. Identify each party correctly. Spell out all of the details. Specify payment obligations. Agree on circumstances that terminate the contract.
All parties must be in agreement (after an offer has been made by one party and accepted by the other). Something of value must be exchanged -- such as cash, services, or goods (or a promise to exchange such an item) -- for something else of value.
For a written agreement to be legally binding, it must contain an acceptance of the terms in the document. The most common way to accept is through a signature. If all of the parties involved sign your written agreement, there is a clear acceptance of the terms.
There is no legal requirement to have a contract Having this scenario may or may not work in your favour. In some situations, such as a self-builder who is doing all of the work themselves, then these contracts won't be appropriate and will be totally over the top for what is required.
In an ideal world you should always enter into a written contract when engaging a builder/contractor so that everyone understands precisely what has been agreed. The terms agreed between you should be outlined in a written contract which should be signed and dated by both parties.
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