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Options When a Construction Company Violates a Warranty

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Having construction work done on a property requires a lot of trust be put in the contractor. In many cases, the project is completed according to the specifications and within a reasonable time. In some cases, however, this trust is shattered when the contractor does not fulfill his/her requirements under the contract. Retaining the… Read More »

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Requirement to Build or Improve a Residence in Florida

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Deciding to build or renovate a residence is the easy part, and, in a way, so is the construction or renovation. The difficult part lies primarily in the middle of those two steps – obtaining construction permits. As anyone who dealt with any government office, interaction with a government entity can be frustrating. Regardless,… Read More »

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Filing a Complaint Against a Contractor

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

When a property owner wishes to build a new structure or renovate to an existing building, he/she must enter into a construction contract with a contractor, which, if done correctly, delineates all the rights and responsibilities of each party. Retaining the services of an experienced construction law attorney, and, especially, one with experience in… Read More »

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Issues Related to Change Orders in Construction Contracts

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Negotiating a construction contract should be done with a thorough analysis of all possible permutations, as well as the expected consequences. In cases in which construction contracts do not proceed as smoothly as expected, it is a welcome relief to have a plan for responding in the construction contract to avoid disagreement. Retaining the… Read More »

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Construction Contracts and Sureties

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Sureties are very common in construction contracts, effectively acting as an insurance policy for a first party, allowing it to seek reimbursement from a second party in the case in which a third party does not perform according to a contract. However, like insurance companies, and in an effort to avoid paying on false… Read More »

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