Construction law relates to all aspects of the legal process necessary for building–from initial bid to final contract and project completion. Condominium law, of course, deals with all areas of the law pertaining to the establishment, creation and maintenance of a condominium and condominium associations. This usually begins with the conversion or construction of a building and includes such aspects as financing, common areas and expenses, assessments for maintenance and improvements and even the marketing of condominium projects.
There are almost as many facets to condominium and construction law as there are different projects. Whether you are an owner, developer, architect, general contractor, subcontractor, vendor, or surety, the lawyers at Luther, Collier, Hodges & Cash have experience in dealing with the more complex aspects of this important area of the law.