We have experience and can act in matters relating to construction heavy machinery and equipment.
Disputes often arise in connection with the purchase and sale, leasing, financing, use or operation of construction heavy machinery. Sometimes disputes arise in relation to ownership or possession of construction heavy equipment.
We set out below some of the common types of disputes arising in relation to construction heavy equipment.
Types of Disputes
Common disputes include those related to: purchase and sale, pre-sale representations, warranties, damaged equipment, sale by auction, shipping heavy machinery and equipment, damages, loss and collapse, hire-purchase disputes, ownership and possession, and repossession by court order.
Types of Construction Equipment
A vast array of construction equipment is deployed in modern construction projects. Some construction companies lease and others purchase. Some have only occasional need for some construction heavy equipment.
Typical construction heavy equipment and machinery includes:
Backhoe loaders, breakers, bulldozers, chippers, compactors, concrete plants and pumps, conveyors, cranes, crawler loaders, dredgers, drillers, dump trucks, excavators, fork lift, gantry cranes, graders, heavy lift equipment, loaders, pavers, pile drivers, pulverisers and crushers, trenchers, scrapers, skid steer loaders, rollers and trailers.
Why Gilbertson Davis LLP ?
At Gilbertson Davis LLP, our team of lawyers have experience in dealing with construction claims, including construction heavy machinery and equipment disputes before the courts.
We are able to provide prompt, cost-efficient and effective legal advice and legal representation on all aspects of the litigation process, including seeking urgent and without notice relief to preserve the status quo and to preserve rights and remedies pending a final resolution.
If you are involved in a construction dispute, please contact us for an initial consultation.