Construction Litigation

 

Construction litigation relates to disputes that occur within the complex regulatory, contractual and business framework that is the construction industry. Construction litigation can occur from the very outset, when a construction project is commissioned, right through to completion of the project.

In this complex area of law, it is essential to have access to correct commercial legal advice.  Court proceedings can be stressful, time-consuming and expensive.  By seeking legal advice at an early stage, it may be possible to resolve the matter by alternative dispute resolution such as arbitration or mediation.

Construction litigation lawyers are available to advise a wide spectrum of clients, including:

  • Occupiers
  • Developers and lending banks operating in the office
  • Residential and public work sectors

Construction litigation advice can be given on disputes on how to get the project off the ground, including using the most suitable procurement and adapting standard agreements accordingly.  The most common construction litigation advice is required where disputes arise in building projects relating to access, payment, termination and practical completion.

Should it prove impossible to resolve a dispute by alternative dispute resolution, it may be necessary for the matter to be taken to the Technology and Construction court.  An experienced construction litigation lawyer with in-depth construction industry knowledge and legal expertise will be required to ensure that your interests are protected.

If you would like legal advice on any construction litigation related issue, Caven can put you in touch with a local specialist construction litigation solicitor free of charge.  So if you have any questions or would like our help in finding local construction litigation solicitors, please call us on 08001 221 2299 or complete the web-form above.

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