Key Elements of a Construction Contract Agreement
Top 5 Key Elements of a Contract It’s nearing the end of a hectic workday, and you’ve been handed an intimidatingly long construction contract agreement to review and analyze before end of the workday. With next to no window for completion, efficiently determining which parts should be reviewed first is vital. But where do you start? Divide and Conquer Drafting a contract is an intricate
Price Escalation Considerations in Arizona Construction Contracts
In today’s ever-fluctuating market, the necessity of price escalation clauses is increasingly becoming important. While some material costs are rising and others are declining, traditional lump sum contract structures do not account for these cost changes. Cost-plus contracts have been created with this sort of price volatility in mind. However, many owners may prefer lump sum contracts due to their specific budgeting capabilities. It is
NAVIGATING BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP DISPUTES
Do you need help navigating a strained partnership in your business? Or are you worried that your business partner may try to remove you from the company? In this article, we will dive deep into the most frequently asked questions by business partners experiencing disputes and provide you with helpful answers. Can My Business Partner Push Me Out? In most situations, you cannot be ousted
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT DISPUTES IN ARIZONA
When a contractor or builder fails to live up to their obligations stipulated in the contract, it could have severe ramifications for you or your business. You may not get what was agreed upon, you may end up with something different from your expectations and could even end up with defective services/products. Contract disputes can range from minor to severe, but no matter what the
Why Hire a Business Lawyer?
Hiring a business lawyer is essential to understand the variety of legal issues impacting your company and your industry. A lawyer with experience in your field of work can help prevent issues from arising and give you peace of mind knowing that someone has your best interests at heart. Here are some benefits of having an experienced business law firm on your side. Intellectual Property
Can I Sue for Breach of Contract?
You can sue somebody for not upholding their end of the bargain if you have a contract with them. However, we advise that you get professional legal counsel from an expert in contractual law before taking this route. What Is a Breach of Contract? A contract is an agreement that provides for certain legal obligations and duties that both parties are legally bound to follow.
Arizona Building Construction Contracts Provisions
Construction Contracts Provisions Construction contracts are more than one size fits all. They can be as varied as the buildings/projects that they cover — some are just a single-page proposal, while others have hundreds of pages and sections. Certain provisions should be included in any contract if you are a building owner or general contractor. We have put together a list of ten(10) key contractual
Tips for Breaking up With a Business Partner
Starting a company can be one of the most thrilling times in a person’s life. People spend years, if not decades, developing their ideas and planning to establish a business. Many new business owners select to have a business partner, which usually comes with several advantages, but can also lead to disagreements. So, you should be aware of the business laws in Arizona in terms
WHEN TO FILE A LIS PENDENS (PENDING LAWSUIT NOTICE)?
A common problem in Arizona is how does someone protect themselves when they have a dispute concerning real property. The last thing you want to have happen is for one of the parties involved in the dispute to sell the real property that is disputed before a lawsuit has finished. For example, if Person A invested money to help purchase real estate owned by Person
What is a construction defect?
The construction defect attorneys at Anthony Law Group in Arizona can help you prove or defend a claim and advise you on the recommended next steps. If the situation develops, we adopt alternative dispute resolution methods to attempt to resolve disputes out of court. Whether you are a construction business or professional who has received a Notice of Claim from a building owner or need