In Contracts, One Word Makes All the Difference

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A discussion by Christopher G. Hill, LEED AP and Virginia construction attorney discussing the need to be precise in construction contracts. The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals recently reminded all contractors and subcontractors that one word can completely change the interpretation of a construction contract.

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