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“Hidden” obligations: Don’t let contract documents catch you by surprise

02/20/2017 at 3:58 am

When a hurricane struck a job site causing partly installed tilt-up construction panels to collapse, suit was brought for professional malpractice by the owner against his architect. The architect countered that this aspect of the project was not his responsibility and that it was more an engineering issue. To support his contention, the architect showed…


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Construction contracts: Pay attention to the preamble

02/16/2017 at 2:32 pm

I recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of a subcontractor who hadn’t been paid. The prime contractor named in the suit countered, saying that the company name listed in the contract’s preamble wasn’t the right company. When we looked into it, we found that the prime contractor had three nearly identical names, and the proper…


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Four fundamental construction contract rules

08/17/2015 at 1:05 pm

Contracts, preferably in writing, are critical to assure participating parties in a construction project meet their obligations and legal responsibilities. Without a contract, you put your company at risk for disputes and potential legal action. Contracts are also required in order to file a lien or to obtain surety bonding. I’ve worked with many contractors…


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Words to watch out for when signing subcontracts

05/07/2015 at 1:55 pm

The excitement of being awarded a subcontract sometimes can result in little thought being given to the contents of that so called “standard form of agreement” you’re asked to sign. Not reviewing and potentially modifying critical contract terms, however, could mean the difference between a profit and a loss on a job, especially if things…


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