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  • How To Recover a Debt
    How To Recover a Debt

    When you do business with someone and they refuse to pay for the services you rendered, you may feel like you don’t have many options. This is simply not true. First of all, you always have the option ...

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  • Running a Construction Business: Why Written Communication Is Essential
    Running a Construction Business: Why Written Communication Is Essential

    Construction Litigation Lawyers in Marietta Our construction litigation attorneys at Busch, Reed, Jones & Leeper, P.C. have served business people in Georgia for a combined total of more than 125 ...

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  • Do I Need an Attorney to Form a Commercial Contract?
    Do I Need an Attorney to Form a Commercial Contract?

    Why Legal Validity Is Essential to Construction Contracts Contracts play a central role in the construction industry. A legitimate, correctly-formulated contract can provide clarity when business ...

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  • Tips for Filing a Claim on Breaches of Construction Contracts
    Tips for Filing a Claim on Breaches of Construction Contracts

    The construction world is heavily dependent on contracts in order to ensure contractors are legally protected in the event of a potential loss. These contracts serve as agreements between the parties ...

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  • Ways Owners Can Cut Construction Costs & Reduce Risks
    Ways Owners Can Cut Construction Costs & Reduce Risks

    As an owner, you are likely feeling an onslaught of stress and pressure at the prospect of completing a construction project. Construction is notoriously time-consuming, expensive, and potentially ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Contract Formation in Commercial Law
    Frequently Asked Questions About Contract Formation in Commercial Law

    Commercial industries, construction firms, and other forms of corporations or business entities are regulated and largely organized by contracts of various types. Since a contract needs to be thorough ...

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