Owner’s Assignment to Contractor, of Claims Against Architect, Not Barred by Anti-Assignment Clause

A school district and architect signed a contract, with a common anti-assignment clause, for design of an elementary school building . During construction of the project, disputes arose between the district and contractor, and the contractor claimed… Read More
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Agreement to Arbitrate Assignable, but Subject to Statute of Limitations

Construction of an apartment building was completed in 2005, under a contract with an arbitration clause. The building was sold in 2015, and the seller assigned its rights under the construction contract to the buyer. In 2018, one or more balconies o… Read More
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