Contract Law

When Building Projects Don’t Go To Plan

When building projects don’t go to plan and the parties can’t resolve the dispute they usually end up engaging a lawyer to help disputed rights through litigation.  This can be a financially and emotionally debilitating process.

In some cases building disputes are now shifting from litigation to voluntary settlement. This can occur when one party agrees to some or all of the other party’s claims and chooses not to fight the matter in court, with the other party agreeing to forgoing any further litigation against the first mentioned party.
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1 reply
  1. Sasha
    Sasha says:

    Totally agree! If you can mediate an outcome acceptable to both parties, the savings in money, time and stress are well worth some compromises.


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