Article Date: 03/01/2013


Lower-Tier Subcontractor Loses Novel Miller Act Argument


The Miller Act defines a contractor as an entity that enters into a contract with the federal government. Even if a prime contractor and its affiliated subcontractor are functional equivalents, a third-tier subcontractor cannot elevate itself to second-tier status and cannot bring a claim against a Miller Act payment bond.

 



NOT YET A MEMBER?

Purchase a Membership
with a money-back guarantee
and immediate access

OR

Buy This Item Individually
Price: $20.00


Already a member?

Email:  

Password:  











WPL
PUBLISHING CO, INC.
WPL Publishing - 5750 Bou Avenue #1712 - Rockville, MD 20852

Phone: (301)765-9525  -  Fax: (301)983-4367

All Content and Design Copyright © 2017 WPL Publishing
About Us

Contact Us

Privacy Policy

My Account