Associations regularly enter into agreements with contractors and vendors, including landscapers, roofers, plumbers, painters, management, and the like. Proposals and form contracts provided by contractors and vendors are, more often than not, more favorable to them and not to their associations. Bids offered are also often non-specific as to important terms like time, place, scope of work, schedule of work, liability, termination, insurance, etc. On top of that, associations’ governing documents commonly have limitations on contracts.
Our firm regularly drafts, reviews, negotiates, interprets and enforces contracts. They include:
In addition, we are trained to spot and correct issues that a board or management company may miss, including:
We are experienced in the advisory, transactional and litigation aspects of construction law. The asset types the firm has worked with include mixed-use developments, multifamily housing, office buildings, residential subdivisions and planned communities.