Proving Damages for Substantially Completed Construction Projects

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Where a building contractor has substantially performed a contract between the parties, the contractor is entitled to be paid the full contract price diminished only by damages which the owner has suffered as the result of such breaches of the contract as may be established by competent evidence. See Fleming v. URDL’s Waterfall Creation, Inc., … Read more

Florida Construction Lien Law: Method of Serving Notices 713.18, Florida Statutes

Serving Construction Notices Florida

713.18 Manner of serving notices and other instruments.— (1) Service of notices, claims of lien, affidavits, assignments, and other instruments permitted or required under this part, or copies thereof when so permitted or required, unless otherwise specifically provided in this part, must be made by one of the following methods: (a) By actual delivery to the person to … Read more

Construction Law: Qualifier/Qualifying Agreement, Sample Provisions, Florida General Contractor

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For any contracting business to legally operate in the State of Florida, a qualifying agent must be certified or registered with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation in the category of contracting in which the qualifying agent is certified or registered. All Contracting Businesses that employ a qualifier to license their business should have … Read more

Oral Modifications to Construction Contracts, Florida Construction Law

Oral Modifications to Construction Contracts, Florida Construction Law Many written contracts between contractors and owners contain provisions to the effect of “all modifications to this contract must be made in writing.” And when litigation invariably arises from  non-payment for modifications that are performed without  being reduced to a written change order, or other writing, a … Read more

Calculating Damages for a Partially Completed Construction Project

As a construction attorney the issue of how to calculate damages comes up often. Generally, a contractor has their own idea on how to calculate its damages, but generally they are not correct. In the case where a contract is substantially completed  , the contract price between the parties will likely govern the value of work … Read more

Contingency Cases: Commercial Litigation, Florida Attorney

Contingency Cases Most attorneys only take commercial litigation cases on an hourly rate basis. We take contingency construction cases. Call us for a case evaluation to see if your case qualifies for contingency fee representation. Contingency Cases Contingency Cases  – a contingency fee structure is available for certain construction case.  We look at different factors in determining … Read more

Contingency Construction Cases – Florida Construction Attorney.

Contingency Construction Cases Most attorneys only take construction cases on an hourly rate basis. We take contingency construction cases. Call us for a case evaluation to see if your case qualifies for contingency fee representation. Contingency Construction Cases Contingency Construction Cases  – a contingency fee structure is available for certain construction case.  We look at … Read more

Small Business Attorney

Small Business Attorney: A Small Business Attorney For All Aspects of Your Small Business and Personal Life   In this economy every dollar counts, you need to see a Small Business Attorney for your business and your personal matters. Small Business Attorney is for more than your just business it is your one stop attorney … Read more

Construction Litigation: Getting Paid for Your Work

Construction Litigation: Collecting Amounts Due for Work on a Construction Project   When Written Demands for Payment Fail, you may need to see a Construction Litigation Attorney Construction litigation is court proceedings that arise out of a construction project.  A construction litigation case can by or between any of the players in the construction process … Read more