Problems with Construction Liens in Oral Agreements

Another reason for contractors to have express written contracts in their agreements with homeowners, businesses, general contractors, and subcontractors: Although you still may be able to recover for the work performed, there is a risk of losing the contractor’s most important protection: their lien rights.  Contact the construction litigation lawyers at Maginnis Law, PLLC at […]

Oral and Written Change Orders in Construction Contracts

Most construction contracts contain a clause allowing for change orders; which makes sense as unforeseen circumstances and changes in preferences invariably arise during a construction project. Courts define change orders as written orders to the contractor signed by the owner, architect, and contractor, issued after execution of the contract, authorizing a change in the work […]