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  • Contractorís Rights vs. Homeownerís Rights in Construction Delay Disputes
      by HG.org

    Delay disputes in a contract situation between the contractor and homeowner could result in a civil case where one party seeks compensation against the other for the delay. It is the party responsible for the delay that could become liable for damages to the other party and understanding who has what rights in these circumstances is essential.

  • Public Construction Contract Bidding Process
      by HG.org

    A construction project generally has a bidding process open to the public that will involve small and mid-sized business contractors bidding to apply for the job and revenue. Understanding the process is important for the company, agency and individual that becomes part of the bid and the project so that there is little confusion later.

  • Legal Options When Dealing with Contractor Disputes
      by HG.org

    It is during a dispute with a contractor that the company or owner will need to determine the best possible legal options available to end the conflict as quickly as possible. Ensuring the project completes is of great importance to the owner or business involved in the transaction and resolving the dispute may provide a remedy or an end to the argument.

  • Settling Disputes with a Bad Contractor
      by HG.org

    Contractors that have problems with the project or cause issues with the owner may lead to a negative experience that could end in litigation between the parties. Settling the dispute is of the greatest importance not only to resolve the matter but to also ensure the project continues or may conclude with a better contracting company.

  • Contractor Disputes and How to Avoid Them
      by HG.org

    Contractor disputes are among the worse possible problems that may arise through construction projects and programs between parties. Knowing how to mitigate the damage and minimize the issues between both company or individual and the contractor is vital in keeping the project progressing until the final arrangements.

  • Construction Delays Due to Owner
      by HG.org

    When the owner causes construction delays, this could result in an unfinished construction project or other severe consequences that may even end in litigation for all parties involved. Such delays by the owner often include the additions or subtractions of certain items, the change of the project or different materials which may push back the end date significantly.

  • Construction Delays Caused by Owner - Can Builder Recover Damages?
      by HG.org

    Delays in construction projects are a common occurrence when the owner decides to change something, add or subtract items or change the materials in construction. For these delays, the contractor or subcontractor may have an option to pursue damages that may provide monetary resolution for the delays.

  • Expert Witness Discusses Collapsing Bridges
      by HG.org

    The flaw in construction may lead to the need for an expert witness to explain liability and structural complications, but when a bridge collapses, hundreds often sustain injury or die. In these events, an expert may need to explain how the event occurred and who is responsible for the damage and compensation to the victims.

  • Deadlines to Record a Mechanicís Lien
      by HG.org

    To ensure that the contractor or subcontractor attached to the renovations or construction work on a building receives payment even if the owner of the building is unable to do so, a mechanicís lien is often put in place on the property.

  • How to Remove a Mechanicís Lien in California
      by HG.org

    As with other liens, the homeowner is unable to sell the property until the lien no longer exists, and this may also cause complications when acquiring a mortgage or other financial outlets. Removing the lien is important but knowing why it exists is crucial so that another lien does not take its place in the future to cause further problems for the homeowner.


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