Our good friends over at Wolfe Law Group (ok, it was me) have put up an article on the trials and tribulations facing subcontractors due to the use of the dreaded “Pay When Paid” clause.Read More
Archive | September, 2009
Lets be brief here: Suppliers are never in the know.
One of the most difficult things to do as a construction attorney is to try and educate your supplier clients about the types of information they need to be collecting when selling materials. Suffice it to say that in the event…Read More
Typically, a construction lien is filed to have a number of desired effects: (1) To prevent the sale or transfer of the property; (2) To hold multiple parties without contractual privity liable for the debt; and (3) To provide contractors with a faster and more direct remedy against parties in…Read More