Private construction law governs the legal relationships between the parties involved in the construction, usually between the client, the contractor, the construction planner and the construction supervisor.
The main difference between private and public construction law is that public construction law regulates the legal relationship between the builder and the building authority. In this context especially, building permits are in dispute.
We advise you comprehensively and reliably on all legal questions of private construction law that arise in connection with the execution of a construction project. This includes creating and reviewing building and architects contracts, the examination of liability for construction defects, as well as closely monitoring wages and architect fees.
Our main areas of expertise in private construction law include:
- construction agreements
- construction defects
- security rights
- Architectural Law