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  • Reviewing Residential Construction Contracts

    There are many high-quality contractors in Central Florida that do an outstanding job, building beautiful homes. They try to get their projects finished on schedule and within their clientís stated budget, as they know that their hard-earned reputations are on the line.

  • 20 Early Warning Signs Indicating Changes in Credit Profile

    After a vendor extends credit, it is vital that the vendor continually monitor the debtor for changes in its credit profile in order to minimize the vendor's risk of nonpayment. The following list of 20 early warning indicators, will help you see the risk coming before it happens.

  • Rules Change for Construction Arbitration

    The American Arbitration Association offers new rules to reduce fees and speed the decision making process for the arbitration of construction claims between $75K and $5M.

  • Georgia Court of Appeals Denies Grading Contractors' Claims

    A grading subcontractor was not paid for putting in the roads in a new subdivision; after the construction lender foreclosed upon the project developer, the subcontractor sought payment from the bank. After the trial court awarded the subcontractor its full claim plus attorneys fees, the Georgia Court of Appeals reversed. Some very important lessons for subcontractors and lien claimants are made clear in the ruling.

  • Homeowners & Contractors: Read This First!

    Homeowners and contractors need to read this guide before beginning a home improvement project.

  • How to Write A Construction Contract: Keeping Control Of The Costs With Construction Change Orders

    It is imperative that construction contracts provide a clear and concise directive in dealing with the fluid course every project takes. Doing so will greatly aid in avoiding the confusion and mistakes that often lead to costly and laborious legal action between disgruntled parties.

  • 8 Simple Changes To Improve Your Construction Contracts

    In today's cut-and-paste world, even leading contract attorneys make mistakes. If you want to make your contracts easier to read and promote a problem-free project, then consider implementing some of the changes which we have suggested here.

  • Understanding Building Codes
      by HG.org

    Building codes establish standards for the construction of buildings and other structures. Virtually every structure in a modern building is subject to at least one, and usually several different building codes.

  • How to Get Paid for Construction Delay Claims
      by HG.org

    The single most common cause of construction litigation for non-private, residential projects is delay. Delays may cascade from one contractor or trade to another, causing a domino effect that can lead to a very expensive conclusion. After all, time is money, and delays on commercial projects can mean thousands or even millions in lost revenues to the property owner.

  • Understanding and Avoiding Construction Liens
      by HG.org

    A construction (or "mechanicís") lien gives builders, contractors, and suppliers legal recourse to get paid for their work as well as any materials or supplies purchased for a project. This recourse is in the form of a right to interfere with your ability to convey clear title to your real property and/or to foreclose the construction lien to take title to that property.


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