Oregon Contractor Laws Part 4
Part 4 in our four-part series on Oregon Contractor Laws.
Millard: If you’re planning to terminate your contractor, there’s several things that need to go into the analysis. Firstly, and the most important thing, is don’t act spontaneously. This must be very carefully planned and you really need to have a professional guide you through this process.
What can a professional offer me?
Millard: The benefits of getting together with a professional before actually terminating the contractor is to avoid the risks of having to pay the other side’s attorney’s fees and potentially if it turns out that you’re terminating the contractor for cause then the contractor is probably in debt to you for contract damages, so therefore it’s really important for you to identify these issues so when you take action it is carefully planned and executed.