Draft Arbitration Agreement in California for Commercial Real Estate Business
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Does the documents and photos I have enough to go to Arbitration
Contractor didn't do all the jobs he was hired to do and what he did do is unacceptable. For example, the Trex deck he built was improperly installed according to the Trex company and another Contractor. It will need to removed and replaced with the proper material/tools and measurements. Currently it is unsafe.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
As an Arbitrator and someone who helps clients during their arbitration, I have learned that your evidence is critical to the success or failure of your case. So it is important to have as much evidence as possible and to notarize things you believe the other side would contest as not being real, true or authentic.
If you need further assistance, you can contact me directly through contracts counsel.
Companies use arbitration clauses to get a resolution to the dispute faster and sometimes because it can be less costly. You should ensure that the clause protects you as much as possible.
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