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Practice Areas: Construction Law / Construction Defects

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Construction Law/Construction Defects
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The attorneys of Brutscher, Foley, Milliner & Land have been providing high quality legal representation for matters associated with construction law and construction defects in Chester County, Pennsylvania and the surrounding communities for many years. We handle all aspects of construction law and construction defects, both on behalf of homeowners and builders/developers.

If you are planning to have a new house or commercial building built and the builder hands you an agreement, it is very likely that the agreement will be written with language protecting the builder. We can negotiate with the builder to have important legal protections added to these agreements. Further, if you are a builder and/or developer, and need assistance in negotiating a contract with a prospective buyer, we can assist.

If, after the purchase of a house or commercial building is completed, problems or defects in the house or building appear, we can represent you in negotiating with the builder, or other pursuing a claim. Please note that these and most legal claims in this area are subject to strict deadline imposed by law. We can also assist developers and builders in defending claims brought by property owners after closing.

If you have any questions regarding a construction transaction or construction defective matter, please contact either Jeffrey P. Bryman, Esquire, Edward M. Foley, Esquire, or Neil E. Land, Esquire for assistance @ 610-444-4848 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday, or Friday from 8:00 a.m and 4:00 p.m.

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