Making Contracts Work for You – Part 4 – Contracts: Insurance Provisions

Insurance As transactional lawyers, we can already hear it — you know what insurance is. However, did you know that a promise to procure insurance for another party can sometimes equal an obligation to cover the loss the insurance would have provided if you don’t procure it? In other words, if you promise to insure [...]

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 4 – Contracts: Insurance Provisions2018-04-17T13:37:33-08:00

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 3 – Contracts: Indemnity Provisions

Indemnity Provisions Indemnity or “hold harmless” clauses are another way of allocating financial risk to a particular party in a transaction. Indemnity clauses require one party to bear the cost of certain risks defined in the contract, which can range from particular losses, lawsuits, or even non-conformance with prescribed warranties. Most commercial agreements should have [...]

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 3 – Contracts: Indemnity Provisions2018-04-17T13:41:14-08:00

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 2- Contracts: Warranties

In a previous post called Making Contracts Work for You – Part 1, I wrote about how you can make your contracts useful (to your side of the case) if you are in a dispute. I also wanted to provide you some pointers on the use of warranties, indemnity and insurance provisions. Warranties A warranty [...]

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 2- Contracts: Warranties2018-04-17T13:45:07-08:00

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 1 Contracts: Top 5 Boilerplate Items You Don’t Read

In this four-part series, Making Contracts Work for You, Incline Law Group, LLP will discuss various ways that you can strengthen your commercial contracts, so that in the case of a dispute, your contract works on your behalf. Many people and businesses use self-written business forms as contracts and rely on handshakes to seal a [...]

Making Contracts Work for You – Part 1 Contracts: Top 5 Boilerplate Items You Don’t Read2018-04-17T13:48:10-08:00

Probate Laws as of October 1, 2015

By Jeremy L. Krenek, Attorney at Law On October 1, 2015, new laws to streamline the probate process for small estates beginning went into effect, and will allow executors and administrators of qualifying estates to expedite the probate process and cut down on costs to the estate. Previously, NRS 146.080 allowed a claimant to avoid [...]

Probate Laws as of October 1, 20152018-03-28T11:34:30-08:00
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