Category: Construction Law

Tips to Proving Claims in a Construction Lawsuit

If you are looking to prove your construction claim, it is a good idea to seek legal representation. An experienced lawyer will be able to help guide you and make sure that you have all of the required paperwork and information to prove your claim. Daily Reports One of the most important things you can… Read more

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Prehearing Disclosure Law Hits Arizona

The Arizona Registrar of Contractors’ hearings are seeing a change in 2018 with a new law in the state. A disclosure statement with the required information is now required before each hearing, to help prevent a chaotic courtroom. No More Mysteries With the new law, it will no longer be a mystery about what evidence… Read more

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Arizona Registrar of Contractors Sees Big Changes in January

The new year is bringing some new changes to Arizona thanks to the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. After revising and updating their new license applications on December 21st, big barriers that aren’t required by a statute were successfully removed. Certain Requirements Were Removed The Arizona Registrar of Contractors found that the submission of projects was… Read more

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AIA 2017 Updates to Contract Documents

If you have ever been involved in the construction business sector, you are probably aware of the American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) Contract Documents. They are one of the most popular methods of reaching an agreement during a construction project. These contract documents are edited every ten years to ensure they remain relevant after different… Read more

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