When faced with site abandonment, a real headache in the construction industry, protecting your interests requires a thorough knowledge of the appropriate legal remedies. Here are the five essential points for dealing with this delicate situation and safeguarding your rights.
Site abandonment is one of the most difficult situations for a project owner to understand and manage. Whether it's a residential construction project, a commercial project or a renovation project, being faced with an interrupted worksite can have serious financial and legal consequences, and the best strategy needs to be adopted to deal with the situation. In this context, calling on the services of a lawyer specialising in construction law is essential to avoid mistakes and to obtain the best possible advice and support, so that the difficulties do not get any worse.
Abandoned building site: What is it?
Abandoned worksites are characterised by the interruption of work by the company in charge, without valid justification and without the agreement of the project owner. This interruption generally causes material and financial damage to the project owner.
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