A common practice in the construction industry is to incorporate by reference other documents into the contract between two parties. For example, subcontracts frequently incorporate the “Contract Documents” (which term is usually defined) and have a statement to the effect that the subcontractor has either reviewed the Contract Documents or had an opportunity to do so. Florida law recognizes the rights of contracting parties to agree to the terms and conditions in documents that are only referred to in the contract. Read On . . .
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