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Any party who believes that another breached a  construction contract should give very serious  consideration to all possible parties. The parties to  your written contract are easy to identify, but what  about intermediaries like banks and mortgage  brokers who oversee draws from an escrow account  to pay the contractor, subs and/or suppliers?

Alternatively, you may not be mentioned on a  contract, but the agreement may exist to benefit you.  If so, you may have rights as “third party  beneficiary.”

There are countless other scenarios where one would  (and should) look beyond the scope of the agreement  to obtain avenues of recovery.

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