Originally Posted By: jfarsetta
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I'd say that depends on a couple of things...
First of all, if you are indemnified for screw-ups via insurance, the carrier may have a policy and agreement to follow and sign.
It may not be a bad idea to include a paragraph on your inspoection agreement which covers this if it is included as a part of your report. Not a separate agreement, just a paragraph somewhere, in the event a termite inspection is requested and included...
I used to do contracts for a living as a part of my former profession. Contracts which carried $100mil penalty clauses as liquidated damages. No kidding... Though not a lawyer (though I play one on TV), reasonable verbiage in any contract can be found to be both legal and enforceable. Those are two key points in any contract verbiage. You dont need to have an attorney prepare it, but you may want to have one review it.
Just a thought...
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