Construction Law

Construction and Contract Law Specialists in South Africa

As a contractor or subcontractor in the construction industry in South Africa, you will face several challenges to ensure that your workforce is safe and accordingly paid for work done. COVID-19 has thrown a spanner in the works in the construction sector over the past year, causing major delays and backlogs for contractors and subcontractors. On top of that, project managers and clients can also cause disruptions when they refuse to pay what is due in accordance with an agreed-upon contract. This is where our legal services can make a difference for your business.

What About the Legal Fees?

Allardyce & Partners Attorneys litigates on behalf of contractors and subcontractors that are involved in legal disputes, usually involving contract clauses or description that have been misinterpreted. In the case where a project manager or client refuses to pay the agreed-upon amount for work done, contractors and subcontractors are reluctant to take any legal action because of the legal fees that would be involved, especially if they should lose the dispute.

We offer our services on a “no win, no fee” contingency, in accordance with our terms and conditions, to give you the means to take legal action if you find yourself in such a position to do so, without having the worries of severe legal fees if you lose the dispute.

Our Solutions for Contractors and Subcontractors

We offer attorneys, litigators, and construction professionals that specialise in Construction and Contract Law in South Africa. We can assist with construction compliance regulations, best practice regulations, and aligning contracts with the preferred 4 forms of contract in this sector. We can also assist with delays, variations, and contract discrepancies to ensure that contract breaches are clearly identified before you consider any legal action.

Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your answer if you are looking for legal services as a contractor or subcontractor in South Africa. For details on how we can assist with Construction and Contract Law issues, contact us on 011 234 2125 or email us at today.

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