AGC of Minnesota form contracts have been designed to be fair, reliable, easy to work with, and understandable. They were vetted by the AGC of Minnesota Contracts committee, composed of contractors who are prime, sub, and both, large and small, metro and out-state, and building and highway-heavy, and of member law firms. The contracts then were reviewed again by a larger and similarly varied pool, and by a group of site supervisors.
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License agreement for AGC Form Contracts
Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC-MN) is the creator of the AGC-MN form Contracts (“Content”) and owns all rights to the Content. By using the Content or purchasing a license to the Content, you agree to use the Content only as permitted in this license. A member license expires automatically at the time you are no longer a member in good standing of AGC-MN. A non-member license may be purchased for a specified duration and expires automatically at the end of that duration. Typically, a license will expire at the end of February in each year. Upon expiration, you may retain copies of executed agreements and may not use the Content prospectively.
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The English version of this agreement shall govern and control any translations. All claims or disputes related to this license will be subject to exclusive venue in the state or federal court in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States of America, and the Parties agree that such personal jurisdiction and venue are proper. This license agreement represents the entire agreement and supersedes all prior discussions and understandings on this subject. If any provision is held invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this license agreement will remain in full force and effect.
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