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Who Is Responsible For Errors In Construction Plans?

By Sweeney Law, PA |

Often, things go wrong on a construction site. There are things we simply can’t control or foresee, and there are things that we can, but mistakes still happen. But sometimes, mistakes on a construction site aren’t because of how the property is built, or because of something that the contractor or builder did or… Read More »

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Trade Secrets In Your Construction Business

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Take a minute and think of all the things that you have developed through the years in your construction business. All the processes, procedures, and the “how to’s” of your business. Who are your preferred vendors? What processes do you use to get a construction process going? What agreements do you use with vendors… Read More »

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Are Any Delays Considered Excusable On A Construction Project?

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In the construction world, delays can be devastating for an owner. When construction is supposed to be finished by a certain time, and it isn’t, it can have effects on your bottom line, your ability to do business, and the amount of time you’re paying to have the construction crew at the job site…. Read More »

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Things You Should Definitely Include In Your Partnership Agreement

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A partnership agreement is the heart and soul of your partnership. It is the skeleton, the backbone, and the rulebook, for how your partnership will operate. It keeps you legally safe, with all partners knowing exactly what their rights and responsibilities are and in the event there is ever a lawsuit related to the… Read More »

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Does An Arbitration Clause Bind Subsequent Owners Of Property?

By Sweeney Law, PA |

In many contracts to build homes, or in contracts between developers, contractors and owners, there are arbitration clauses. Your position on arbitration clauses will largely depend on who you are; owners and individuals tend to disfavor them and see them as being “anti-consumer,” while companies or developers tend to like them and see them… Read More »

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Do You Have To Allow A Service Animal On Your Business Property?

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You may have a business that just isn’t fit or appropriate for animals to be inside of, or on your property. Yet, you also are aware of laws that require that you allow service animals on your property, and you certainly don’t want to violate those laws, or seem inconsiderate of those who may… Read More »

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The Business Judgment Rule Protects You When You Make Corporate Decisions

By Sweeney Law, PA |

If you are in any position of authority in your company, you are expected to make a lot of decisions about the workings, direction, and activities of your company. Some of those decisions will turn out to be good, profitable ones. But not all of them. When you make a decision that turns out… Read More »

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Don’t Foreclose A Lien Unless You Understand Lien Priority

By Sweeney Law, PA |

One good thing about construction related work, is that you have the ability to lien property and foreclose in the event that you are not paid for the work performed. But that doesn’t mean you’ll automatically get paid, even if you did foreclose. That’s because of lien priority. What is Lien Priority? You likely… Read More »

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Are You Owed Consumer Or Commercial Debt? The Difference Matters

By Sweeney Law, PA |

When your business is owed money, you collect the money in an effort to get paid. You probably don’t give much thought to what kind of debt it is. Money is money and who cares why it was incurred, or why it is owed to you, so long as it is paid back. But… Read More »

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Suing For Bad Reviews Online: When Can You Do It?

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The internet and social media are a mixed bag for many businesses. They create new and innovative ways to advertise your business, product or service. They also create new ways for frustrated clients and customers—not to mention your competitors—to say things about you which may or may not be true, all under the cover… Read More »

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