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Historic preservation laws in many cities and states limit the right of a building owner to make changes to a building that would affect its historic character. Some restrictions may apply to just one building, while others may apply to whole neighborhoods. Historic preservation laws are not limited to old, elaborate, or famous buildings. Preservation laws have been extended to ordinary homes, in ordinary middle-class neighborhoods that are considered to have some historic or architectural significance. If you are located in a historic preservation district, you may need legal advice as to what you can or can't do on your property.

Intelligent and Cost-Effective Resolutions to Construction Disputes

For more than 20 years, the Boston, Massachusetts, law firm of Fitch Law Partners LLP has been representing commercial developers, homeowners, government and public entities, general contractors, and subcontractors of large building projects involved in construction contract disputes and related litigation . We serve clients in state and federal courts in Boston, Massachusetts and throughout New England.

Effective advocates in mediation and arbitration, as well as litigation, our  Massachusetts construction litigation attorneys have successfully tried cases involving millions of dollars for construction defects, delay damages, breach of warranty, and a host of other construction and contract-related real estate disputes.

For any dispute involving construction contracts, we can find the intelligent and cost-effective path to its resolution. This webpage is intended to provide general information about construction litigation. For information specific to your situation and for assistance with any type of construction dispute contact Fitch Law Partners LLP today.

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