Do you have the right to stop? In parts two, three and four of this four-part series, we will discuss some of the scenarios that may allow a contractor to withdraw from a job, but before doing so, it is imperative that you, as a contractor, understand that jumping to conclusions about your current situation could result in financial hardship for your company. Breach of contract disputes can be costly and your reputation may suffer along with your bottom line if the dispute is published. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that before abandoning a project, you consult our Jacksonville construction lawyers for information on how to properly handle your complaint. An emotional decision to abandon a project can be temporarily satisfying, but the consequences can be costly.
Get informed before you let your feet do the talking. The project has been transformed into something completely different. You take a job building a house for a new client. At first it seems to be OK, and you spend a few weeks starting the project.