Construction Law Lawyers in the USA
Construction Law Lawyers in the USA Other Countries
All Articles »Construction Law Lawyers USA - Recent Legal Articles
- What Is a Partition Action and How Does a Real Estate Lawyer Help?
Partition actions often come about because the property or land that has been purchased has more than one personís interest. This could be a loved one or someone that has a financial interest.
- When Do I Need a Real Estate Lawyer?
A real estate lawyer performs many important functions. Knowing when you may need the assistance of a real estate lawyer may help you avoid potential problems.
- Common Mistakes in New York Mechanic's Liens
Contractors and suppliers file liens in New York because they didn't get paid. But because liens are statutory creatures, sometimes the most minute detail can void the lien and prevent the contractor or supplier from getting paid.
- The Right License: Performing Home Improvement Work in Suffolk County,NY
Most contractors know, or should know, that if they are performing "home improvement" work within Suffolk County then they must have a home improvement contractor's license issued by the Suffolk County Department of Consumer Affairs. However, what few contractors realize is that three towns within Suffolk County have their own home improvement licensing process and requirements.
- Removing the Mystery from Bonding a Mechanic's Lien
When a mechanic's lien is filed in New York the fastest way to remove it is to file a discharge bond. Discharge bonds are often misunderstood and this article removes the mystery.
- Adjacent (Neighboring) Property Construction in New York City
When building in the tight confines of New York City is is often necessary to work with your neighbor to allow the construction to be safely performed. It is also common that the construction will cause damage to the neighboring properties. This article discusses some of issues involved with such construction.
- Disputing a New York Mechanic's Lien
Mechanic's liens can cause headaches for property owners across the State of New York, especially when they do not know how to challenge the lien. This article discusses the most common methods (and reasons) for challenging a mechanic's lien.
- Expert Witness for Architectural Defect Cases
Defects are often found in products that are manufactured for consumers once the items have been distributed to retailers in usual circumstances. However, defects may be found in all manner of crafted items and objects around the world. Of these, some of the most dangerous may comprise problems in architecture and construction.
- Getting Paid: Checklist for Mitigating Change Order Risk
If the following occur or you hear the faintest whisper of any of them on the job site, consider the change order process triggered.
- How to Enforce a Foreign Judgment in Georgia (Domestication)
Creditors who have sued (and won), may find that the debtor has moved its business operations or move its assets to another state. When this happens, the creditor should consider domesticating their judgment in the new state.