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This Landscape Installation Agreement is written in simple English without any confusing, archaic legalese. Legally binding, fully customizable Word doc, optional language, unlimited use, unlimited E-mail support. Ships daily within 24 hours or less by E-mail along with a FREE Contract Basics HELP PDF. Read our FAQs or view a Sample Contract page before you buy.
Language includes but is not limited to:
• Scope of work, additional services, client responsibilities
• Hiring experts, title to material, approval of prior tasks
• Completion, delays, workmanship, supervision
• Exclusions, limitations
• Licensing, certification, insurance
• Terms, fees, payments, reimbursables
• Liens, releases, retention, suspension of work, termination
• Assignment, bankruptcy, statutes of limitation
• Attorneys fees, jurisdiction, entire agreement, and severability
IMPORTANT: Buy this contract if you install landscapes based on landscape architectural design plans that are created by landscape architects who are NOT your employees and who are NOT your subcontractors. But, if you do your own designs from schematics (working drawings, sketches, materials lists), or if you have a designer or landscape architect on staff who creates your designs, or if you subcontract with (licensed) landscape architects to do your design work, and then you install these projects too, you should instead buy the Design/Build Contract.
This contract is also available as part of a discounted Bargain Bundle.
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