Posts Tagged ‘construction’
Should I have An Attorney Review This General Contract?
A typical homeowner question: “Should I have An Attorney Review This General Contract?” The simple answer, yes. Given the relative amount of money you may spend having an attorney review your contract with your contractor, could save you thousands down the line. There are nuances in the law, particularity relating to construction contracts, that the…Read More
Can I Recover My Attorney's Fees
Can I Recover My Attorney’s Fees? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oyh79f9IzpQRead More
Arizona Registrar of Contractors Has Made Sweeping Changes to Contractor Regulation
The Arizona Registrar of Contractors has been substantially revising the Arizona Administrative Code Rules applicable to it. These changes are not just small alterations; the Registrar has made sweeping and fundamental changes to how it will go about the business of contractor regulation. These new changes are going into full effect beginning July 1, 2014.…Read More
Arizona's 20-Day Preliminary Notice — What if the Project Takes Less than 20 Days?
Did you know that if you are a contractor working in Arizona, you have to send out an Arizona 20-day Preliminary Notice in order to have the right later on to record a Mechanic’s Lien? Properly completing and serving the 20-Day Preliminary Notice is a prerequisite to being able to record a lien. Recording a…Read More