In this episode of the HOA: It’s a True Story Podcast, host Regan Brown and Kelly Zibell, President of DC Group, sit down with Jason Adams, Partner at Gibbs Giden Locher Turner Senet & Wittbrodt LLP Law Firm, to discuss contract resolutions in HOAs. Adams, an AAA mediator, and arbitrator, provides expert advice on how HOAs can mitigate contract disputes and avoid litigation.
As an experienced lawyer, Adams explains the difference between arbitration and mediation and how both can be useful in resolving disputes between HOAs and contractors. He emphasizes the importance of reviewing contracts carefully and understanding the terms and conditions before signing any agreements.
The conversation delves into how associations can work with contractors to ensure the work is completed to the satisfaction of all parties involved. Adams provides tips on how to manage expectations and communicate clearly to avoid misunderstandings that can lead to disputes.
As the discussion continues, Adams shares his insights on how to deal with disagreements that arise during the construction process, such as unexpected delays or cost overruns. He advises HOAs to have a contingency plan in place and to address any issues as soon as they arise to avoid bigger problems down the line.
Expert Advice on Mitigating Contract Disputes in HOAs
Throughout the episode, the panel provides practical examples of contract disputes and how they were successfully resolved. They also emphasize the importance of having a reliable painting contractor for HOAs and how to make the selection.
Whether you’re an HOA member, serve on the board, or simply interested in HOA management, this episode is a must-listen. The panel’s insights and expertise provide valuable information on navigating contract disputes and ensuring successful construction and painting projects.
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