Posts Tagged: construction law

AZ Legislature Seeks To Change Pool Contractor Law

The Arizona Senate has unanimously passed Senate Bill 1116, which seeks to remove a law enacted in 2002 to help ensure that consumers could not be ripped off by their pool contractor. Many pool builders oppose the change in the law while the government would prefer to remove it. The law passed in 2002 was in… Read more

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Defenses to a Construction Defect Claim

Contractors get complaints from clients all the time, regardless of how great their work turned out… timeframes aren’t followed, the quality of the work isn’t good enough, work isn’t what the client expected, etc. Because of this, construction professionals should always be aware or the defenses available to them in the event of a client complain…. Read more

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Mechanic’s Liens are a Key Component of Arizona Construction Projects

Mechanic’s Liens are a Key Component of Arizona Construction Projects On behalf of Richard Murphy at Murphy Cordier PLC A mechanic’s lien protects the right to payment for construction services, materials, equipment and labor. Arizona’s mechanic’s lien laws (A.R.S. § 33-981 et seq.) provide a measure of protection to those who furnish professional services, labor,… Read more

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