Whether you are an architect, builder, general contractor, or subcontractor,
you will likely find yourself involved in a construction dispute. These
disputes can come from subcontractors that do not perform to specification,
suppliers who do not deliver as agreed, or homeowners that constantly
change their minds.
On the other hand, homeowners typically encounter construction disputes
through a contractor's failure to meet the terms of their written
or verbal agreements. Consumers may dispute the cost, quality, type of
work performed or how long it took to do the work. Many of these disputes
can be handled through the Registrar of Contractors. However, bond claims
and civil actions may also be a way to resolve the dispute for the consumer.
Construction companies are subject to unique rules and regulations from
the Registrar of Contractors and the statutory lien framework (A.R.S.
§ 33-981 et seq.). Each of these areas of law have their own rules
and processes for the resolution of disputes. Having an experienced Attorney
working with you will help you navigate the process and reach a final
resolution or solution.
Owens and Perkins represents architects, general contractors, subcontractors
and homeowners in Construction Disputes. Having experience on both sides
is an invaluable resource for your representation.
If you are interested in contacting Owens and Perkins about a Construction Dispute,