A Florida appeals court attempted to strike a balance between indemnitee and indemnitor rights by ruling that a clause in a general contractor's contract that indemnified it against its own errors did not invalidate the entire contract. Contract parties should consider the level of indemnity in their contracts, an attorney writes.
Fla. court attempted to strike balance between indemnitee and indemnitor
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