Whether you are looking for a standard CCDC contract or need help with drafting custom construction contracts, we can help. Our team of construction lawyers help you to navigate the legal system so you and your business can be protected, whether that requires providing you with standard CCDC contracts, helping you draft custom construction contracts, by filing a builder’s lien, or by responding to or removing a builder’s lien on your property that was filed by another party.
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~ Lacey Developments Ltd.
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about construction law.
- What do construction lawyers do?
- Do I need a construction lawyer to go to court?
- Should a construction contract be reviewed by a lawyer before signing?
- Why choose Linley Welwood for construction law?
What do construction lawyers do?
While construction lawyers assist a wide range of different clients—large companies, individual workers, property owners, etc.—the three most common areas of construction law are construction contract generation, issues around payment for services and/or material, and builder’s liens. Anyone who is involved in the construction process may need a construction lawyer at some point.
Do I need a construction lawyer to go to court?
The legal issues that arise in construction disputes can be complicated and require quick and creative approaches to resolve them. An experienced construction lawyer that understands the many aspects of a construction project can provide valuable litigation experience to navigate all the legal issues you are facing.
Should a construction contract be reviewed by a lawyer before signing?
Before adopting a contract of choice, it is always a good idea to have it reviewed by a construction lawyer, as they will be able to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the contract and prevent any potential points of contention or liability. Since it is common for construction contracts to contain troublesome clauses that create an excessive amount of liability, shift risk, and offer poor dispute resolution terms, choosing to have a construction lawyer review and decipher the contract for you will help you avoid any potential pitfalls.
Why choose Linley Welwood for construction law?
At Linley Welwood, we understand that for every construction project, time is money. That is why our team of construction lawyers will work hard to expedite the construction law process, allowing you to get back to work as soon as possible. All of our construction lawyers are highly trained and experienced in handling all kinds of construction law cases, so your case will be in the best hands.
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