PRACTICE

AREAS

CONSTRUCTION LAW

Construction Law is a body of law that deals with matters relating to building, construction and related fields. It covers a wide range of legal issues including contract law, bonds, guarantees, sureties, liens and other security interests, construction claims and consultancy agreements.

 

Construction Law affects many participants in the construction industry including financial institutions, surveyors, architects, builders, engineers, construction workers, planners, clients and homeowners.

 

Construction Law builds upon general legal principles and incorporates the regulatory framework which may include:

 

  • Security of Payment;

  • Planning, environmental and building regulations;

  • Subcontractor issues;

  • Causes of Action and liability arising in contract;

  • Negligence and other civil wrongs;

  • Dispute Resolution; and

  • Dispute Avoidance

 

At Blumberg Law Group we can guide you through the intricacies of any issue involving or emanating from some aspect of building and construction. Our legal counsel has over 30 years of experience in real estate development and construction. In addition, Mr. Kaplowitz holds a California General Contractors license in addition to being a licensed Attorney.

CONTACT

BLUMBERG LAW GROUP

OUR ADDRESS

137 North Acacia Ave. Solana Beach, CA 92075

Email: office@blumberglawgroup.com
Tel:  858-509-0600

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