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Construction litigation seeks to stop project from moving forward

Though construction can mean that an area is expanding and offering new opportunities within the locale, some people may not see the change as positive. In fact, it is not uncommon for locals to try to use construction litigation as a way to stop certain projects from taking place. Unfortunately, this can mean delays and difficulties for Florida construction companies.

It was recently reported that a lawsuit regarding the construction of an apartment complex is currently underway in another state. Area residents are hoping to stop the construction, which they claim will damage the character of the community. The report noted that at least five community groups were against the project taking place. The complex will reportedly contain 264 units, some of which are intended for low-income residents.

The developer for the project believes that it will help with the city's housing crisis. However, the parking structure and height of the building -- four stories -- make opponents feel that it would be out of place in the area due to differences with the already-existing structures. The developer indicated that it was too late to block the project, but a hearing is scheduled.

Construction litigation can cause a number of problems for those working on a new project. Unfortunately, most Florida construction businesses will likely face some type of lawsuit at some point, which is why it is wise to understand their legal options. Any time a claim comes against a company, it is wise to discuss the matter with legal professionals to determine the best possible courses of action.

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