Your Partner in Construction and Contract Law
Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is a boutique firm that offers specialists in Construction and Contract Law in South Africa. With a growing trend of clients and project managers not paying what is due to contractors and sub-contractors in the construction sector, we litigate on behalf of contractors/sub-contractors, and can do so on a “no win, no fee” contingency basis, subject to our terms and conditions. Therefore, you do not have to fear expensive legal fees when considering pursuing any legal action with us on your side.
Our Legal Services Regarding Construction and Contract Law
Contracts between contractors and project managers must be adhered to by both involved parties, meeting their obligations on both sides of the contract for legal fulfilment and compensation of the specific project. If you are a contractor/sub-contractor that has been unfairly compensated for a construction project and want to take legal action against the client/project manager, our services can be your solution to avoid costly legal fees and get clarification on your current legal options. Our legal services can assist with compliance of the Construction Industry Development Board Act and its regulations, as well as best practice regulations to only name a few.
Keeping It Legal in 2021
With the severe impact of COVID-19 on the construction sector and industries in this sector in South Africa, basic construction and contract laws and practices are not the only things that contractors and sub-contractors should worry about adhering to. Labour and employment laws are also in the mix in 2021, with unprecedented situations surrounding COVID-19 and lockdowns that could could legal disputes between employee and employer. Luckily, we can also assist with these matters to keep your business within the legal realms regarding your workforce.
Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your first choice when you seek legal services regarding Construction and Contract Law in South Africa. For more info on how we can assist you, please contact us on 011 234 2125 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.