In our contracts it states we follow NWFA guidelines. I have a client thats wants us to elaborate on the guidelines. Do i need to?

Asked on Jun 15th, 2016 on Construction Law - California
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I want to be able to tell him that legally all we have to put is we follow guidelines and that we do not need to explain every aspect of work being done.
Answered on Jul 07th, 2016 at 9:40 AM
Generally, if you cite specifications in a contract the other party has the right to see them.  As a business practice, if you want the client to be satisfied with your services, it makes sense to give the client the information.  I would suggest sending him a link to the web site for the association so he can analyze the guidelines for himself. 

Adam S. Warshaw, Burbank CA; this answer is not legal advice and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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