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DO YOU HAVE AN ENFORCEABLE CONTRACT IN WASHINGTON STATE?

Posted by Aric S. Bomsztyk | Feb 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

In Washington, the basic maxim is “An agreement is enforceable if its terms are reasonably certain.” The terms of a contract are “reasonably certain” if they provide the ability for determining a breach/default and for giving an appropriate remedy in case of breach/default.    Most problems of u...

Washington Court of Appeals consistently affirms that apportionment of damages is unnecessary where there are no dueling causes of delay.   

Posted by Aric S. Bomsztyk | Feb 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

We all have heard that time is money.  If we lose time, then we lose the opportunity to make money.  In the construction world, time is more than money because when a construction professional loses time, more than just opportunity is lost.  In construction, there is a direct cost to time: overhe...

ENFORCEABILITY OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES

Posted by Aric S. Bomsztyk | Jan 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

By contract, parties can agree to forgo the traditional court system and settle their disputes by arbitration. Broad rules regarding arbitration in Washington are governed by Washington's Uniform Arbitration Act. RCW 7.04A et. seq.  Washington's Uniform Arbitration Act RCW 7.04A et. seq.  was ad...

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