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Monthly Archives: December 2021


Watch Out For Waiver In Your Construction Contracts

By Sweeney Law, PA |

You have a solid construction contract, and you have negotiated all the terms and conditions that you want in it. That agreement is in writing and signed, so it cannot be changed after the fact—and certainly if it were to be changed, the change would have to be in writing. That’s what most people… Read More »

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Using Prior Verbal Agreements To Refute A Written Contract

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So you have spoken to an owner, or someone that wants to use you or your construction company for their project. You have a whole list of understandings, and it seems that everything is ready to go. You get a written agreement and you just assume that the written agreement says everything that you… Read More »

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Attorney Brendan A. Sweeney Of Sweeney Law, P.A. Featured In The December 2021 Edition Of The Broward County Bar Barrister – ITEMS TO CONSIDER DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

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During the dead heat of August every year without fail I find myself singing the famous Byrds song “Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season.)” The reason for this is not heat exhaustion. I know that with a blink of an eye, all of a sudden, it will be the holiday season… Read More »

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Managing – Or Limiting – Dreaded Change Orders

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There are two words that are pretty much guaranteed to send a construction project into a tailspin: Change Orders (CO). A CO can be an addition, subtraction or modification to a project, after the project has started, and after the contracts have been negotiated. Why So Problematic? Change orders are fraught with problems. They… Read More »

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Drones, Construction Projects, And Liability

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So you have a large area where your new construction project is supposed to be built. As the builder, you need to get a lay of the land—an overhead view of the property, to see what will work and how, and to plan out the job site. What better way to get an overall… Read More »

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