Article Date: 07/01/2016


Editor’s Notes


By Bruce Jervis
 
 “Pay-if-paid” clauses in subcontracts are controversial. Many consider it unfair for a prime contractor to shift the risk of project owner nonpayment to a subcontractor that has no business relationship with the owner. In some states, pay-if-paid clauses have been rendered unenforceable by statute or judicial ruling. In most ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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