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Purchase Orders as Contracts – What is the Design Professional to Do?

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Updated: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
 

Contracts are in virtually all parts of our business.  They take many styles and most often in the form of purchase orders, proposals, consulting services agreements, etc.  However, as noted in the article from Berkley Design Professional, many of these forms are not appropriate for design or other professional services and SHOULD NOT BE USED EXCEPT FOR LIMITED SCOPE PROJECTS. In that event, there are some CLAUSES YOU SHOULD ADD to help reduce risk and address professional liability exposure including Standard of Care, Schedule, Disclaimer of Construction Responsibility, Document Ownership and Indemnification.

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Special thanks to our guest blogger - Berkley Design Professional.

Berkley Design Professional was started in 2013 by a team of people with deep roots

in underwriting, loss prevention and claims handling for the Design Professional community. 

Tags:  A/E/C Contracts  Berkley Design Professionals  SDA  Society for Design Administration 

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