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DEFECTIVE CONSTRUCTION

By Daniel M. Copeland |

Notice of Defect Procedure Prior to Arbitration or Suit            This procedure applies only to claims for damages or loss of property by an alleged construction defect.  The law requires that before filing an action, a claimant must serve written notice on the contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or design professional describing the claim in reasonable… Read More »

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Does a Contractor or Subcontractor Need a Subcontractor Agreement?

By Daniel M. Copeland |

As a successful general contractor, a subcontractor is more than likely an integral part of your business.  Contractors and subcontractors work hand-in-hand to complete construction projects. The contractor, often referred to as the “prime”, acts as the manager of the project, serving as the central point of communication and as the overall coordinator. It… Read More »

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