Construction and Contract Law Specialists in South Africa
If you are seeking specialists in Construction and Contract Law in South Africa, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys offers a boutique firm that can serve your legal needs. We can litigate legal disputes on behalf of construction contractors and sub-contractors on a “no win, no fee” contingency basis that is subject to our terms and conditions, which is available upon application. As a result, the fear of legal fees should not keep you from pursuing legal action when clients and project managers do not adhere to the terms of a contract between you and them.
Seeking Legal Clarification
When choosing us, you can expect to get clarification on your legal options if you want to pursue legal action on the grounds of a contractual breach. By getting clarification from a construction and contract law specialist, you can make an informed decision on how you wish to handle such a dispute. Therefore, you can have the peace of mind that we have you covered with professional legal advice and representation when faced with a contractual breach.
Challenges for the Construction Sector in South Africa
2020 was a challenging year, with COVID-19 still at large in 2021. The construction sector does not have the luxury of utilising the internet to get their projects done and adhere to their contractual obligations, putting contractors and sub-contractors in difficult situations during lockdowns and on site. Creating a safe construction site has its own challenges as well, apart from the obvious COVID-19 regulations. Luckily, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys can help you regarding legal and binding contracts, understanding your contractual obligations on a legal front, and ensuring that you receive fair compensation from clients and project managers.
If you are a contractor that is faced with a legal dispute on the grounds of the Construction and Contract Law in South Africa, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your first choice. For more on how we can assist you, please contact us on 011 234 2125 or email us at email@example.com. Feel free to browse our website for details on our available legal services.