Oftentimes, disputes that arise in the context of a construction project can be linked back to the terms and conditions in its underlying contract. This is particularly true given that relevant contract documents often include tendering submissions, consultant’s reports, and design specifications. Furthermore, such contracts often involve a wide variety of parties, such as owners, architects, contractors, subcontractors, and consultants. Given all of these interwoven factors, it is absolutely crucial to obtain legal advice and negotiate before signing off on any construction contract in order to minimize risk and reduce costs.
With our Construction Law Group in your corner, you will receive precise legal guidance in drafting and reviewing all forms of documents in relation to your project’s life cycle by assisting you in recognizing and allocating contractual risks, and drafting both project specific and standard form contracts accordingly.
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