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Monthly Archives: February 2019


Licensing Matters in Construction Law

By Sweeney Law, PA |

The technicality of the construction business requires that contractors are lawfully licensed and duly approved to take on construction projects. State and local officials have the authority to audit contractors to ensure compliance. Florida, like other states in the country, requires general contractors to go through a process to obtain licensure. Without this license,… Read More »

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When it comes to damages in Florida for breach of contract claims and other intentional torts, a very important and difficult type of consequential damages to prove concerns lost future profits claims. By example, assume that a business entered into a contractual agreement with a contractor to build-out commercial space. The contractor is very… Read More »

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Legal Issues in Construction Procurement

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Public construction continues to be a huge source of revenue for many general contractors in the construction industry. The processes that local and state governments use are governed by regulations. Therefore, as compared to private contracting, public projects tend to take a more orderly and procedural path. All the same, public construction can be… Read More »

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Is Your Business ADA Compliant? 3 Ways to Avert Litigation

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Owning a brick and mortar business comes with complying with a variety of state, local and federal laws. The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) often comes into play when dealing with employees who have a disability. However, business owners also have to ensure that their business is ADA compliant with ADA accessibility rules. Business… Read More »

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Consequences of Not Obtaining a Construction Permit

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Florida and all U.S. states operate on a system of notifying counties and cities about impending construction projects.  Each state has its rules governing when a permit is required depending on the size and magnitude of the project.  The permit informs the local or state government and acts as a monitoring tool. The process… Read More »

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