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You’re My Favorite (Nation)

September 27, 2022

The decision to insert most favored nation clauses in a wind lease should not be taken lightly. While very landowner-friendly, these clauses can cause enormous cost overruns for a wind developer. They even have the potential to kill a wind project completely. Learn how to negotiate a fair most favored nation clause provision, and how to draft the same, by viewing this video.

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