Remodeling Series


Camille Rogers

by Camille Rogers on July 22, 2013

in Construction Disputes, Construction Law, Real Estate Law

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer have seen their share of construction related disputes. In an effort to educate our network of real estate professionals as well as our followers, we hope you find this series of blogs written by our knowledgeable attorneys helpful in your pursuit of a successful remodel. If you think you may have a real estate legal matter and are seeking legal representation, don’t hesitate to contact our office at (650) 327- 2900 x 10 or on the web at www.BrewerFirm.com

 

By: Julia M. Wei, Esq. (Click on Image For Bio)

Insurance for Your Remodel – Something No One Thinks About Until a Catastrophe Happens.

My colleague Charlie Bronitsky has been sharing tips for revising home improvement contracts and working with General Contractors.

As The Homeowner, Make Sure You Are Insured.

 

By: Charles Bronitsky, Esq.  (Click on Image For Bio)

Mechanics’ Lien Law Changes Coming Soon

On July 1, 2012, just three months from now, an all new series of mechanics’ lien laws will be in place in California.  This new law, or actually a series of laws, will alter the process that has been in place for many years.  This will affect not only contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers, but owners and design professionals as well.

 

By: Rachel Ragni Larrenaga, Esq. (Click on Image For Bio) 

Following California’s Right to Repair Act to the “T”

With the increase in new homes sprouting up in the greater Bay Area it is important to understand California’s Right to Repair Act.  The California Court of Appeal recently issued a case of first impression:  Must homeowners serve notice of a construction defect claim in order to obligate a builder to produce documents requested under the Right to Repair Act?

The answer is …

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