Construction Law

Steven L. Grady has experience representing both landowners and contractors in construction cases.

When any dispute arises between a  landowner and a contractor or a subcontractor, the terms of the construction contract are important, but each parties' compliance with the requirements of Arkansas law is equally important.  Arkansas has specific statutes concerning the requirements of contractor and subcontractor licensing, the requirements of construction contracts and the requirements of pre-contruction notices.  In the construction industry, compliance with Arkansas law is the difference between having a fully enforceable contract with the right to enforce your contract and to perfect a lien on the property if the owner fails to pay, or having an absolutely unenforceable contract with no right to compel the landowner to pay for the work you performed and no right to a lien.  Unfortunately, many landowners and contractors only seek legal counsel after a dispute has arisen, when it is too late to correct licensing issues, contract terms or notice issues.  


Steven L. Grady has extensive experience representing both contractors and landowners in construction disputes, and is knowledgable concerning the requirements of Arkansas law.  


If you are a contractor or subcontractor, Steven L. Grady can help advise you concerning the legal requirements you must meet to have an enforceable contract, and can assist you in filing, perfecting and foreclosing on a mechanic's lien.  If you have any questions or would like hire Steven L. Grady to represent you, please call the Law Office of Steven L. Grady at (870) 416-7226.


If you are a landowner and are interested in pursuing construction, are unsatisfied with the quality of the workmanship on your recent construction, have been threatened with a lien or have had a lien filed against you, Steven L. Grady can advise you of your options and can represent your interests in court, if necessary.  If you have any questions or would like hire Steven L. Grady to represent you, please call the Law Office of Steven L. Grady at (870) 416-7226.