How to Resolve a Dispute

Ways Of Resolving Disputes:

What Sort Of Dispute Resolution Procedure Should The Parties Adopt?

Complications often arise during a residential building project which results in the project taking longer and costing more than the parties originally contracted for. In such cases, claim is inevitable, whether it is for an extension of time, delay and disruption, loss and expense, variations, defective works or design, liquidated damages or a breach of a professional consultant’s duty of care.

  • Altion Law will provide you with dispute avoidance advice. If it cannot be avoided,
  • Altion Law will suggest the most suitable dispute resolution method which might be Mediation.
  • Altion Law are highly experienced and skilled in advising all these methods.
  • Altion Law’s approach is to provide practical advice on the available options considering the value and complexity of the dispute, and to provide strategic focus and a recommended course of action taking into account any commercial factors which may influence the desired outcome.

Altion Law are specialists at advising and representing parties in a Contractual Dispute relating to a Construction Project.  If you would like to have a confidential discussion with a member of our team, please complete our Contact Us Form, and we will call you back at a time that is suitable for you or you can contact us directly on 01908 414990.

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