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Determining possible issues and problems should be done as part of the preliminary steps in construction, and you must always consider factors that can lead to contractual failures.
Many builders and contractors are not fond of the slow negotiation process. Moreover, people want to get the contract signed as soon as possible and start to get on with the work. Frankly, this is not a good practice and might eventually lead to building and contract disputes.
Reduce the risk of contractual failure by reading the content of a construction contract you are about to sign. It is your right to ask for the interpretation of any terms and conditions that seem vague to you. This guide can help you prevent possible conflicts with regards to your contracts. Know that the information given is not a law advice, and you still need a consultation from our construction lawyers.
Establishing the construction time frame is the key to successful work. It is important to include exact dates for work performance and to prevent using general and vague time periods. By including a specific time in the agreement, it can mean that workers may be discharged should they fail to meet the deadline.
Quality of construction work must be agreed upon by all parties. Be clear and specific about your expectations. Contractors and builders must always meet expectations as stated in your construction contract.
For instances that the homeowner or company cannot afford to continue a contract, an escape clause must be present. Provisions for early termination can be helpful for any possible fallout.
A major reason for contract disputes is the errors in contracts. A well-written contract can contribute to the overall success of the project. In line with this, Contracts Specialist can draft contracts, amendments, and special conditions.
Differing site conditions happens when the contractor encounters unknown physical conditions of an unusual nature. This situation can increase construction costs and can also delay the project’s schedule.
When a contractor, subcontractor, employer or any other party fails to comply with their obligations, the other parties involved will commonly try to seek recourse.
This is also called as a cost increase or budget overrun. It includes unplanned costs. When there is no specification of who is responsible for cost overruns, disagreements will occur.
This involves the skill and quality that were put into the work whilst finishing the project.
This involves the utilisation of substitute materials which are different from the ones agreed upon.
Long work delays can be considered as abandonment. It can also be deemed as a de facto breach of the construction contract.
Continuous modification of orders which can affect cost expenses may result in building contract disputes.
This involves the contractors and subcontractors when they are not paid for their work.
Our specialist construction law firm can assist you with building contract disputes and aim for the best outcome possible. Our first-time clients get a free first consultation over the phone. Simply tell us your situation, and give you our advice and tell you exactly how we can be of help to you.
Consult with Contracts Specialist, so you can get some peace of mind. Good contracts are vital to the success of a construction project. But if you already find yourself in the middle of a building contract dispute, we can help you find the best resolution for your situation.
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