Contractual Terminology

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  1. 10 Public Companies That Rely On Govt. Contracts

    We look at 10 of the top public companies whose businesses rely on U.S. government ...
  2. Lockheed Martin Is Tight With The US Government

    The relationship between Lockheed Martin and the U.S. government is long-standing ...
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    Learn why a waiver of subrogation clause in your lease or construction contract is no solid guarantee that you won't end ...
  2. What is an alienation clause?

    Whether used in reference to insurance policies, mortgages or commercial loans, an alienation clause stipulates that should ...
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