Article Date: 09/06/11


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 9-35


“Pay-if-paid” clauses in subcontracts purport to shift the risk of project owner nonpayment from the prime contractor to the subcontractor. If drafted carefully, with express “condition precedent” language, they are enforceable in most (but not all) jurisdictions. The clauses, however, are understandably resented by trade contractors. The prime or general contractor ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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