Subcontractors in Florida need to wear many hats. You are responsible for making sure that a project gets done on time and under budget. The party that hired you for the job wants to hear about your progress, not your excuses for delays. If you should get into a dispute, both parties can lose money. You need to know viable ways to avoid this.
Make sure to document your every move
Contract disputes can often arise as a matter of poor communication between the project initiator and the subcontractors who are doing the work. The best way to avoid this is to stay in constant communication. The more detailed and accurate your reports are, the easier it will be to avoid disputes.
The key to keeping up a good level of dialog is to make sure your reports are inclusive. Every detail of the project needs to be included and updated in real time. The party that hired you needs to know exactly what you are doing at all times. This way, if there are disagreements, they can quickly be spotted. Doing so allows you to quickly solve them.
Mediation can save you from contract litigation
There are many different ways in which a contract can be disputed. There are also several ways in which a dispute can be peacefully resolved without having to go to court. One of the best methods that can help you avoid having to go to court is mediation.
Both parties can sit down with a mediator in order to get their viewpoints heard. Once they hear both sides, a mediator can then come to a decision. The ideal arrangement will be one that suits the needs of both parties. If you can’t agree to this, the alternative is litigation.