1. Entering Into A Remodel Contract?

    If you are entering into a remodeling contract you need to have an attorney review it prior to signing it.  The contract will be for thousands of dollars and call for payments that you should not be making.  If you hire an attorney to review it first it might cost you a lot less than if you get bu…Read More

  2. Burned by Solar Contractor? CSLB Offering Help!

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Contractors State License Board (CSLB), the entity charged with protecting consumers and licensing and regulating solar contractors in California, is using $5 million in one-time funding from the California Legislature to provide compensation to consumers that have incurr…Read More

  3. Escalation Clause for Construction Contracts

    Construction Contracts have not typically contained escalation clauses but in the age of Covid they may be a necessity. An Escalation Clause is merely a paragraph in the contract that states in essence, the Contractor is basing the pricing on the current cost of material and labor and because of fac…Read More

  4. Mechanic’s Liens For Work on Condominium Projects

    Mechanic's Liens are a contractor's means of leveraging payment from the person contracting for the work of improvement.  However, what happens when a Contractor is hired by the Home Owners Association and not the individual unit owners?  What property can the contractor file a mechanic's lien aga…Read More

  5. Worried about a Mechanic’s Lien being put on Your Property?

    Many property owners get in disputes with their general contractor near the end of the project.  They believe that their might be multiple mechanic's liens placed on their property by subcontractors of the general or material suppliers to the general or subcontractors.  The only ones the owner has…Read More