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Breach of contract alleged in construction litigation

A building construction -- regardless of whether it is commercial or residential -- is rarely ever completed by one contractor. Under ordinary circumstances, there is one general contractor on an Arizona construction job and numerous subcontractors who are brought in to perform certain functions, just as is the case in other states. Any disputes that subcontractors have with the general contractor, or vice versa, are sometimes settled through the filing of construction litigation.

Construction litigation filed to protect 4.5 acres of land

Environmental activists work to preserve lands in the United States that have at least one unique feature such as whether the land is one of few growing areas for certain types of vegetation or is a habitat for an endangered or rapidly disappearing animal species. While many here in Arizona and elsewhere would applaud this work, it can also cause problems for developers and construction companies who want to build on the land. This can lead to construction litigation being filed by either side depending on how a local government decides to deal with the controversy.

Construction litigation could result from contract disputes

Subcontractors in Arizona might be able to sympathize with some out-of-state subcontractors who have yet to be paid for work they already completed. The contract disputes involve local governments, a general contract and other parties. In addition to a criminal investigation, construction litigation could also occur if the disputes are not dealt with to the satisfaction of the parties involved. 

What types of claims are included in construction litigation?

There are numerous reasons why disputes could arise in connection with construction projects here in Arizona. If those disputes cannot be resolved between the parties, construction litigation might be filed. The outcome of that litigation could have a significant impact on the parties involved.

Large grocery chain subject of construction litigation

Arizona readers may be aware that Kroger is the country's largest supermarket chain with numerous locations in 31 states throughout the Midwest and the South. What those same readers may not know is that Kroger is also the owner of a large number of subsidiaries, including manufacturing facilities, such as bakeries and dairies. Construction at one of the company's dairies led to the company becoming involved in construction litigation.

Company files business litigation against former employee

Many Arizona companies require employees to sign non-disclosure and non-compete agreements as part of their employment agreements when they are hired. In order for those agreements to be enforceable, they must meet certain requirements under state law. This will ensure that, if a violation occurs, a company can file business litigation against the employee.

Contractor files construction litigation against subcontractor

Nearly everyone who works in construction here in Arizona knows that few general contractors do all of the work required for a project themselves. Often, subcontractors are hired to perform specific tasks to certain standards and within a specified amount of time. When subcontractors fail to meet the specifications and deadlines outlined in their contracts, the general contractor may file construction litigation.

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