It happens all the time. You hire a subcontractor, they perform work and its less than stellar, to say the least. Depending on your subcontract agreement you’re left with a few choices. First, you can pay the sub for the work, terminate them, and get a new subcontractor to correct the work. Second, you can…

Any subcontractor who has been in business for quite some time has probably attempted to perfect an M&M lien. However the M&M perfection process is simply not subcontractor friendly and often times, subs miss perfection due to non-compliance with the statutes. There are many of examples of difficult situations where a subcontractor will have to comply…

With all the condominiums and high rises going up around Houston, it’s a bit surprising that there is very little discussion on the newest amendments to the Texas Property Code that effect condominium defect claims. If a condominium association is in Texas and has at least eight units it must comply with Chapter 82 of…

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