It is during a dispute with the contractor that the owner will seek the best possible legal options available to end the conflict fast. Ensuring that the project completes is of great importance to the owner, and resolving the dispute will at least provide a remedy or an end to the argument.
This kind of conflict could lead to either litigation, mediation, arbitration, or a settlement. These legal options generally depend on the attitudes and conflict between the owner and general contractor. If the matter is clear or could be resolved without any legal action, the two parties may ensure the project completes. However, other options become available when there is no peaceful way to settle the issue. If both are amenable to conclude the matter, mediation is possible. If one party wants to finish without a lawsuit, a settlement is the better option.