Construction contracts are typically between a property owner and a contractor. The contract spells out the work to be done, the materials to be used, the start and completion dates, and the price.
In some cases, construction contracts also include provisions for dealing with unforeseen delays or changes in scope. Although construction contracts are typically enforceable, there are a few circumstances in which they may not be.
For example, if the contract is unclear or if there has been a change in the work to be done that is not reflected in the contract, it may be difficult to enforce. In addition, if one of the parties to the contract dies or becomes incapacitated, the contract may not be enforceable.
As a result, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney before entering into a construction contract.