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Real Estate Disputes

Breach of Contract

Variations and Extension of Time

Disputed Final Accounts

Our expert knowledge and experience of the region’s real estate and construction market allows the team to provide clients with efficient, practical advice and assistance in respect of a multitude of Real Estate Disputes.

Breach of Contract

Disputes between contractors, developers and investors typically occur on:

  • Handover delay for off-plan properties
  • Loss of rent or other income
  • Handover delay for plots from master developers
  • Defects and poor workmanship issues
  • Construction progress disputes
  • Liquidated ascertained damages
  • Verification of works complete
  • Non-completion matters
  • Deviation from approved contract documents by contractor
  • Quality and procurement issues by contractor
  • Schedule of condition for site abandonment by contractor
  • Technical due diligence for real estate purchases
  • Insurance claims and disputes
  • Damage assessment
  • Lease disputes

Realpoint provides technical support in the event of a breach including but not limited to visual inspections naturally to ascertain percentage work complete, identify any defects, ascertain the quality of workmanship and if required quantification of materials left on site.

Extension of Time

Realpoint are experienced in reviewing and advising on extension of time claims by the contractor. They undertake a thorough investigation of the contractors claim considering all events and issues which either cause, appear to cause, or have the potential to cause delay should be recorded by the contractor. Once concluded we provide our finding on whether the contractors claim is approved or rejected under the terms of the contract.

Disputed Final Accounts

Realpoint review and advise on disputed final accounts between contractors, developers, and investors and provide our advice on the final account including any loss and expense associated with extensions of time and any other claims due under the contract.