It often happens. After a contractor submits his proposal, the parties continue to negotiate, refining both the scope of the work and the final price. But while this is taking … Read More
What if you’re selected as a subcontractor on 2 different jobs with the same general contractor (GC) and the GC doesn’t pay you in full on your first job? You … Read More
Those involved in the construction industry know that there are specific requirements for the filing of a mechanic’s lien. One involves time; another the amount. Both were addressed in a … Read More
Formalities associated with executing a legal document do matter, and as a landlord recently discovered, one could win the battle, but lose the war on this issue. The case involved a flawed office lease. While Florida Statutes require that any conveyance of real property have two witnesses, this lease didn’t have any witness signatures for either the landlord or the tenant.