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New York General Business Law Section 771

What is New York General Business Law § 771? It is a statute governing home improvement contracts.  This section is particularly important because it specifies items that must be included in a home improvement contract in order for

Changed Conditions and the Construction Contract

A changed condition, or differing site condition, is one in which the contractor was unaware of or one that was not reasonably expected by the contracting parties at the time the contract was entered into. United States government

Subcontract Warranty Provisions

One of the provisions that is often included in a subcontract agreement is the subcontractor’s warranties. These provisions essentially bind the subcontractor by an implied promise to perform the subcontract work in a skillful and workmanlike manner. Fairbairn

The Wicks Law Debate

In New York, all public construction projects (with very few limited exceptions) must be separately specified and bid out so that various different contracts for various trades can be awarded rather than allowing the public entity to hire

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