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July 2013 Archives

Concealed Conditions - Protecting Yourself

This article is part of a series of articles which are designed to identify several key clauses that every party to a construction contract should carefully review and understand prior to entering into a contract. This article will discuss "Concealed Conditions", which are site conditions that are different from what was anticipated by the parties at the time they entered into the contract.  Read More . . .

A Contractor May Be Held Liable For Its Supplier's Defective Materials. But That May Not Be The End Of The Story.

Retailers are sometimes held liable for product defects, even though they did nothing more than sell a product without knowledge of its defects. The same thing can happen to contractors and subcontractors. They incorporate the defective work or materials of someone else into their own work and end up being liable to the person to whom they sold the defective work or materials. But, that's not necessarily the end of the story.  Read More . . .

Florida Construction Law Legislative Update 2013

This annual Legislative Session in Tallahassee was an active session for construction law related issues. In our continuing effort to keep our clients up to date on the latest construction law issues, Your Construction Law FirmTM provides this summary as to the Legislative enactments in 2013 affecting the construction industry: Read On . . .

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