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Category: Construction Law

Clauses that may mitigate the harm of unforeseen site conditions

When contractors put in bids on a construction project, they likely have already done their due diligence regarding factors that may affect their scope of work. However, it may not be enough to visit the site; meet with owners, engineers and other people on the project team; and investigate surveys, reports and other site information.  …

Keep an eye out for construction defects this winter

Winter can be a frightening time for new homeowners in New Jersey. Temperatures can quickly drop and it doesn’t take long before residents have to deal with snow and ice storms. Because of this, it’s one of the most common seasons to find defects scattered throughout your house that can cause major inconveniences during the …

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