Lien Law Seminar: “How To Get Paid on a Construction Project” [EVENT]

Alexander Barthet Bonds, Collection, Construction, Contracts, Event, General Contractor, Liens, Pay-when-Paid, Payment

On Thursday, March 27th, from 8a to 10a, Alex Barthet will explain how you can better your chances of getting paid on a construction project. You will be provided with an overview of Florida’s Construction Lien Law and those key contract provisions related to payment and limitation of liability. This is a lively and interactive seminar which places an emphasis on the …

Alexander BarthetLien Law Seminar: “How To Get Paid on a Construction Project” [EVENT]

Pay-When-Paid and Pay-If-Paid Provisions: How to Overcome Them and Recover [VIDEO]

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A pay-when-paid (or pay-if-paid) contractual provision exists in almost every construction contract that comes across my desk, and it probably exists in almost every contract that you sign. So let’s define what it is. A pay-when-paid provision is a contract provision that shifts the risk of nonpayment from one party to another. As an example, with such a provision in …

Alexander BarthetPay-When-Paid and Pay-If-Paid Provisions: How to Overcome Them and Recover [VIDEO]

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What if you’re selected as a subcontractor on 2 different jobs with the same general contractor (GC) and the GC doesn’t pay you in full on your first job? You decide to delay starting the second job until the GC provides you some assurance that it can and will pay you on job 2. That would be a mistake because …

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Never a Sure Thing: Pay-When-Paid Provisions in Construction Contracts

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Given the vagaries and uncertainties these days in loan commitments as well as material prices, not to mention the overall state of the construction industry, one can quickly understand why pay-when-paid provisions have become so critical in construction contract negotiations.

Alexander BarthetNever a Sure Thing: Pay-When-Paid Provisions in Construction Contracts