Why “Completion” is Important in California -
In California, project “completion,” is important not only for getting paid, but for also understanding the deadlines associated with California’s statutory construction...more
Getting in, getting on and getting out is how contractors make their money and having a completed project to put to use is how employers make theirs. Getting to the point of handing over the works is, usually, high priority...more
When does “complete” not necessarily mean “complete”?
Answer: In a construction project.
A common feature of construction contracts is that they include a mechanism for the contractor’s works to be handed over...more
Originally published in Florida Bar Journal on February 13, 2013.
A contingent payment clause in a subcontract is the clause that provides that the subcontractor assumes the risk of owner nonpayment. Such clauses are...more
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