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Define warranties and liability

Define warranties and liability: Contracting for Consultants
Define warranties and liability: Contracting for Consultants

Customers expect you to provide warranties related to your work. This includes things like saying your work product is all your own and not subject to other obligations, won't infringe on others' work, or violate any copyrights or laws. You're also expected to comply with all laws, regulations, and terms of the agreement. The liability section says what happens if either party breaks the contract. Liability limits are set in this section.

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