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Contractor Wins Judgment…Momentarily At Least

On Behalf of | May 20, 2013 | Construction Law, Contract Law

In Kritikos v. Anderson, 2013 WL 1748678 (Fla. 4th DCA Apr. 24, 2013), a residential owner of Florida property (“Owner”) entered into a contract with a New York architect (“Architect”) to design an ocean front home to be built on Jupiter Island, Florida. Owner entered into a contract with a separate company owned by Architect pursuant to which that company was to serve as the construction manager (“Construction Manager”). Construction Manager but, acting as an agent of Owner, entered into a construction contract with a general contractor (“General Contractor”).  Read More . . .