Posts Tagged ‘Construction Law’
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
Arizona Supreme Court Further Interprets Arizona Mechanics' Lien Statute
While not a hot topic to the general public, Arizona Contractors should be aware of Arizona Mechanics’ Lien Statutes and how the Courts modify and interpret them. In a recent decision (Weitz Co LLC v. Heth), the Arizona Supreme Court recently held Arizona’s Mechanics’ lien Statutes, do not preclude equitable subrogation of lien that attached…Read More
Can I Recover My Attorney's Fees
Can I Recover My Attorney’s Fees? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oyh79f9IzpQRead More
Is There A Form For A Mechanic's & Materialmen's Lien?
45.Lien Form by f-thomas As construction starts to ramp up again in the Valley of the Sun, so do the issues associated with collecting on contracts. A great mechanism for contractors and material suppliers to assist in collection of monies is a Mechanic’s & Materialmen’s Lien. A Mechanic’s & Materialmen’s Lien is a great security measure…Read More