A properly formed contract is like the legal blueprint for any construction project or real estate matter. The contract should layout the plans and define all the important who, what, where, when, why, and how questions. If any aspect of the contract is left out, the plan can fall apart. The attorneys at Musi, Merkins, Daubenberger & Clark are here to help you develop a perfect plan, and work with you until that plan is completed.
For a project to be successful, or a real estate transaction to go smoothly, all the parties involved should have a clear understanding of exactly what is required of them, which is why the contract is absolutely vital. Many of the common legal disputes in the construction industry and real estate world could simply be avoided if the parties had drafted a proper contract from the outset. Each party should know what risks and responsibilities are assigned to them, and any penalties that they may incur if they fail to fully perform.
The attorneys at MMD&C have decades of experience drafting and reviewing complex contracts for construction projects and real estate matters throughout the region, including the subcontract for the installation of solar and/or wind systems at the (i) professional football stadium in Philadelphia, (ii) international courier facilities at the Newark Liberty International Airport, (iii) Barnes Museum in Philadelphia, (iv) Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, (v) international retail company’s warehouse in Gap, PA, and (vi) Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ. Other subcontracts negotiated include the electrical installation at the Four Seasons hotel in the new Comcast building in Philadelphia and renovations to the Parx Casino in Philadelphia. Beyond construction contracts, the attorneys at MMD&C have significant specialized experience with all varieties of real estate contract drafting, from commercial and residential leases to purchase agreements and land transactions.
If another party has drafted the contract, our team of construction law and real estate law attorneys will comb through each and every detail, helping to identify any potential issues before they even begin. By spotting problems before the contract is signed, you can minimize the risk that the project could later stall, which could result in increased costs and possibly litigation. In addition to reviewing for potential problem areas, our attorneys can also review the terms of the contract to ensure that you are not being taken advantage of and your best interests are being protected.
At Musi, Merkins, Daubenberger & Clark, we understand the complexities of construction and real estate contracts, as well as the intricacies of construction and real estate law. Our attorneys have years of experience successfully drafting and reviewing contracts for our clients throughout the region, all while maintaining an exceptional level of attention to each client’s individual needs. In a perfect world, every project would follow a perfect blueprint and there would be no issues. In the event that a contract dispute does arise, however, our attorneys are experienced litigators, prepared to fight for your best interests in court.
When it comes to exceptional contract drafting and review, Musi, Merkins, Daubenberger & Clark is the blueprint for success. Contact us today for all of your construction law and real estate needs.