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4 reasons for construction contract disputes

Construction contract disputes may arise for all manner of reasons, depending on the specifics of the job itself and the unique contract being used. However, tracking some of the most common reasons helps both contractors and clients understand how these disputes often begin, what can be done to prevent them and what legal options exist when a dispute is unavoidable.

Business owners fight over easement and property lines

Although people think about property issues as a residential problem, they also impact commercial properties. Property line disputes aren't always pretty during construction projects, as one gas station owner recently found out.

Tree removal near Palm Springs golf course causing issues

The plans to remove a swath of trees on one side of a Palm Springs golf course have some residents who live near the course up in arms. When the plan was originally announced by officials from the town to remove trees along the 14th fairway at the Tahquitz Creek Golf Course, many who live in the neighborhood were pleased. One group of concerned residents are now speaking out against the plan.

Should a construction contract be in writing?

One of the most commonly asked questions in the construction world is if a construction contract should always be recorded in writing. This is a very important question that should be answered by an attorney with experience in construction law.

What is a construction defect in California?

The construction industry is a big indicator of the California economy and the country as a whole. If the industry is booming, the economy is stable. If the industry is struggling, the economy is taking a hit. An important part of the construction industry is safety. Defects can happen with construction, which is why we will take a closer look at this topic today.

CBSC adopts emergency standards concerning exterior elevated elements

If asked to explain the process through which new regulations are adopted or amendments made to the California Building Code, most people in the construction industry would understandably be at something of a loss for specifics. Nevertheless, chances are good that at a minimum, they would envision a legislative process that is both complex and protracted.

Report: SOCal's construction industry continues post-recession rebound

While most of us here in Southern California would like to keep the Great Recession firmly in the rearview mirror, it hasn't always proven to be easy. This is especially true for those individuals who have long plied their trade in industries that were hit the hardest by the prolonged economic decline and associated housing market collapse, including real estate, banking and, of course, construction.

Builder warranties in California

Most firms in California that are engaged in building new homes use a written contract to set forth the terms of the contract with their customers. Knowledgeable builders want their standard contracts to contain all of the pertinent terms of the agreements with their customers, but one category of such terms is often overlooked: warranties created and imposed by California statutes that regulate the state's construction law.

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