Construction Law

Ensuring Third-Party Beneficiary Status to Owners

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In their Construction Law column, Kenneth M. Block and Joshua M. Levy write: One of the more common questions asked in the construction contracting arena is whether an owner of a construction project can enforce the terms of a subcontract or its architect's consulting agreement with engineers directly against the subcontractor or engineers as a third-party beneficiary. The answer is "yes," but with some caveats.

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