Category Archives: Construction

Construction Law Musings Hits the Beach

Construction Law Musings will be taking a break this week. Don’t worry, I’ll be back refreshed and ready to go after a nice relaxing beachfront vacation.  In the meantime, please check out the Guest Post Fridays, and explore the various pages of this blog. To all of you that read and subscribe to this corner…

Some Construction Contract Basics- Necessities and Pitfalls

Recently, I’ve been on an “advising” kick here at Construction Law Musings.  My last two posts have been about communication and trusting your gut when it comes to a smooth construction project.  This post will be the third in the trilogy (and who knows maybe I’ll have a 4th and 5th like the Hitchhiker’s Guide…

Trust Your Gut When Deciding Whether to Sign a Construction Contract

Last week’s Construction Law Musings were about the need to communicate before, during and after a construction project.  This week, I continue my thoughts on some business practices that make my life as a construction attorney and adviser (not to mention your lives as construction professionals) easier and less stressful.  This week’s musing is a…

Communication is Key to a Smooth Construction Project

I know, the title of this post sounds trite.  Who doesn’t communicate?  Don’t the subs and general on the project always communicate?  Wouldn’t a remodeler be sure to stay up on job progress with a homeowner?  In other words, why bother with this post?  Everyone knows that without communication, nothing can get done. Well, because…

Will my HOA Foreclose its Lien on my House?

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back John Tarley.  John is an attorney with the Williamsburg law firm of Tarley Robinson, PLC. John is the managing partner for the firm and leads the firm’s business and litigation practices. A large part of the firm’s practice involves homeowners’ associations, as the firm represents…

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