The highly lucrative, varied and sometimes extremely complex areas of real estate are hard to navigate both for a beginner and seasoned operator. Let’s start to look at how you can best operate your contracting business and get paid on your projects.
We are familiar with private and public projects, bonded projects, Change Orders, Delay Issues, and Mechanic’s Lien disputes.
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Construction law, in short, is the legal discipline, rules, and regulations that encompass the planning, architectural, and construction of structures.
As you can’t look at your rights to evaluate your situation without context, our attorneys are mindful of assessing and understanding issues that affect various stakeholders such as homeowners, contractors, subcontractors, developers, and vendors.
Now you know the players, we will start to focus our efforts on explaining some of the disputes you may encounter, possible solutions around arbitration and litigation, and the frequently asked questions around construction law and the various construction projects your company is currently participating in.
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As an example, your contract review may reveal issues with the type of construction promised but not delivered, payment disputes with various suppliers, having unlicensed parties that are performing work that the site.
Our Indianapolis Construction Law Attorneys have represented several individuals and corporations that have dealt with multiple claims surrounding bonds, termination, construction defects that will give validly to your legal claim to start identifying a dispute resolution for you and your affected and adverse parties.
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Everyone has a story on how they’ve built their real estate portfolio, bought and sold their first home or started a business by building their building or leasing out commercial property. Their stories are our commitment to understanding both local and institutional size and treat every client the same, regardless how sophisticated their goals are or where they are in their process. Listen to hear more about how every client gets the guidance on being laser-focused on their needs.
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Let’s start with the basics on how to approach the fundamental questions in real estate. Check out our frequently asked questions when it comes to both residential real estate, and commercial real estate.
Partner disputes involving each party’s rights and responsibilities to a contract are at the top of our list for representation. We look to break down the arrangement and see how best it should be interpreted to look at how a judge, juries, and arbitrators could apply the facts of a particular case.
Construction defects are a crucial focus of litigation disputes in the construction industry. When it comes to the quality, design, systems, or materials used on a project in faulting parts of a building or structure, it causes damage to the property or persons, usually resulting in financial harm to the owner.
The key differences between mediation and arbitration are who has the power to decide a decision. For mediation, the parties involved in the dispute decide whether or not to agree to a settlement. This type of conflict resolution will include some kind of written document, but the mediator between the parties has no real power to enforce the agreement. An arbitration with an arbitrator gives the power to decide the case between the parties has the power.
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For any matter, you want first to seek counsel surrounding dispute resolution without unnecessary litigation.
But suppose a case requires formal dispute resolution, our litigation team can tackle the most simple to complex construction issues.
From commercial projects to homeowner lien issues, we are in your corner to advise on your significant manner.
WHO WE WORK WITH
We assist a variety of stakeholders in construction law including:
The various categories of construction law we represent in are:
Indemnity Provision Risk: When it comes to indemnity provisions within contracts, one party will be required to pay for losses incurred by the other party (and defend as counterclaims against the damaged party) due to such claims made by third parties. Essentially who is at fault is the issue.
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In conclusion, when Jeff Jinks Law gets involved in any case, we look to anticipate issues, draft contracts with specific language, make sure milestones are clearly described, and allocate risks and responsibilities to all associated parties involved.
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