The attorneys at St. Johns Law Group routinely assist clients with construction contract drafting, review and negotiation. Whether preparing bid documents or evaluating a construction schedule for delay damages, our attorneys have the experience.
Our attorneys assist clients with understanding the meaning of existing contracts and significant legal issues that can impact a construction project. Issues such a “pay when paid” or “pay if paid” can be covered in the construction contract documents to make sure the parties know their rights and later confusion is avoided.
- Bid Documents
- Requests for Proposals
- Requests for Qualifications
- Notice to Owner
- Notice of Non-Payment
- Claim of Lien
- Notice of Contest
- Request for Sworn Statement of Account
- Request for List of Subcontractors
- Request for List of Material Suppliers
- Contract Documents
- Subcontract Documents
The attorneys at St. Johns Law Group have experience with arbitration, mediation and trial courts related to disputed construction matters, ranging from construction contract disputes, construction defects, non-payment, and lien claims.
Our attorneys have extensive experience with Florida’s Construction Lien Law (Chapter 713, Florida Statutes) and the technical rules governing notices to owners, final contractor affidavits, claims of lien and lien foreclosures and disputes.
- Lien Foreclosure
- Lien Disputes
- Bid Contests
- Defective Work
- Delay Damages