Several Construction Dispute Resolution Methods are available to parties when disputes arise.
Construction Disputes can arise from time to time when parties to a contract fail (or at least are believed to have failed) to meet their contractual or legal obligations. These disputes are most commonly around increased costs, time delays, or the quality of the works completed. Even the most diligent operators can find themselves involved in disputes, and unfortunately, all disputes can be emotionally and financially taxing on all parties involved.
Fortunately, there is a range of Dispute Resolution options available to parties to help resolve disputes when they do arise. Available options may be stipulated by the contract or relevant legislation, but in any case, your first port of call should always be your legal service provider. Getting the right advice early in the piece will maximise your chances of successfully resolving a dispute and keeping costs and other impacts to a minimum.
Morrissey Law + Advisory specialise in construction disputes and are available to manage or advise in any and all disputes you may find yourself in. If you find yourself in a construction dispute or are anticipating that your current project may lead to a dispute, reach out to our team today.
Construction Dispute Resolution Methods
Contact the team at Morrissey Law + Advisory for experienced, informed advice or assistance in any and all construction disputes.
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