Liquidated damages provisions: enforceable or a penalty? (IN)

Liquidated damages provisions are common in real estate and construction contracts. When litigating the enforceability of liquidated damages provisions, the issue is almost always whether the provision is in reality an unenforceable penalty.   Read the article………..


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