Construction Contracts

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Settling Construction Disputes

As a contractor, you have a 1 in 4 chance that a lawsuit will be filed against you. More

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4 Required Construction Contract Disclosures

There are four very specific disclosures that may be required by the law to be in... More

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Fastening and Finishing PVC Trim

The best ways to get the most out of this popular material. More

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No Written Change Order?

Your contract requires written change orders, but for some reason you don't get one in writing. Can you still get paid? More

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Why Use a 'Time Is of the Essence' Provision in Contracts?

Most construction projects have a specific time frame, and if completion is delayed, they look to the contract for recourse. More

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Settling With All the Right Parties

If you have to settle out of court, be sure you cover all your bases. More

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Paid in Full?

What to do when the scope of work changes and the customer disputes your claim for full payment. More

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How to Conduct a Job Start Review

If you work with employees or subs, you need to be clear about what, exactly, the... More

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Correcting Construction Contracts

Can a mistake related to a contract be corrected? It depends on who makes the error and how it affects the agreement. More

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Requirements for Filing a Lien

Attorney Patrick Barthet clarifies the requirements for filing a mechanic's lien based on a recent court case. More

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