Does anyone have a commercial only IR contract that I can use to help guide my lawyer in preparation?
Use the NACHI contract.
I have it, but I am looking at something more commercial related.
I am using everything I get my hands on as reference.
I bet if you call FLIR-ICT they might have something, or at least might know of someone who would, and they could point you in the right direction.
Infraspection and/or Snell might also be a good starting point for ya.
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Why can’t your attorney revise your residential IR agreement?
I don’t trust Attys 100%!:-#
I like to look at all considerations.
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Hope this helps.
If you want something for free…there is the NACHI ComSOP agreement and you can add in the optional Thermal Imaging Addendum to it.