Guide To Dealing With Construction Disputes - NOW LIVE

18 October 2018 | By Victor Clarke

No matter their size or location Construction projects attract their fair degree of risk. Whether this is in the form of delays in materials, rising costs, lack of skills or simply a genuine professional mistake, the list goes on and on in terms of the types of dispute which can and probably will occur at some stage with a construction project.

Owing to our ongoing relationship with many developers, builders, contractors and associated building professionals, we have what we believe is, an unique insight into the types of dispute which can occur within the construction sector in Ireland.  More importantly, we also have the knowledge and expertise to provide the remedies required in order to get your site back up and running as soon as possible and with as little disruption to your business as possible.

At Clarke Jeffers, our ethos is to get our clients' sites going again as soon as possible and not get bogged down in legal principles just for the sake of it.  We understand that the longer a site is closed the quicker the cash burn and our left clients at risk.

In this regard, we have prepared a Guide To Help Your Construction Project From Ending In Dispute and hope you find it useful. 

The guide deals with:

  •   Common Legal Issues 
    Finance, Title, Planning, Environmental, Health & Safety and Time Delays
  •   Specific Contract Clauses Of Note
  •   Getting Out And Staying Out
  •   What To Do If A Dispute Occurs
  •   Choosing A Legal Team To Suit Your Requirements

If you would like to download a copy of this guide, please click the link below and enter your email address so that we can send it to you.  In addition to this, if you would like to meet to discuss your construction projects, please get in touch to book an appointment. 

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