Construction law is a wide topic including sub heads such as regulating and licensing contractors, checking and inspecting construction projects, settling of any construction related disputes; and many others. The terms construction law comprised of governing a work done on a residence or a construction site. A homeowner must consider appointing a contractor for extending their home, remodeling the kitchen, or any other huge construction project in order to wholly understand the rites, duties and obligations of the latter prior to signing any construction agreement.
The construction law has a great influence on the construction agreement; therefore it is extremely vital for both the homeowner and the contractor to have a grip over the laws and regulations. A construction agreement is one in which both the parties are bound together to play their role individually with utmost responsibility. A construction agreement covers various important aspects such as the agreed price, project completion date, a blueprint of the work to be completed, any warranty the contractor may oblige to take with respect to the quality of the work, and possibly, the measures to resolve the disputes, if any.
The primary responsibility lies with the homeowner to ensure the construction agreement protection, to meet the deadlines of completing the construction project on time, and if delayed, must set any penalties if desired. The homeowner must also try to check and eliminate the construction defects despite the contractor providing warranties for the constructed property.
In spite of the homeowner and the constructor sharing a good understanding, few disputes are bound to arise. These disputes can be eliminated with the help of a construction attorney who helps solve the dispute without any court hearing.