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Enhanced Penalties to Utah Contractors Who Fail to Pay Their Subcontractors and Suppliers

Joseph G. Ballstaedt801.365.1021joe@snjlegal.com When a contractor fails to pay a subcontractor or supplier, the contractor takes a risky path. Even if the contractor doesn’t pay the subcontractor because he himself hasn’t been paid by the owner, it certainly isn’t good for business. Subcontractors and suppliers may, of course, refuse to engage in future projects with …

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Tips for Getting Paid and Avoiding a Lawsuit on Your Next Construction Project

Being a part of building something that will last can be a great source of lasting satisfaction. That said, there is one thing that will sour that satisfaction regardless of how successful the project is—NOT GETTING PAID! As anyone in the construction business knows, too many projects end up with conflicts over payment, resulting at …

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A Utah Contractor’s Guide To Construction Defect Statutes of Limitation and Statutes of Repose

For a contractor, the start of a new project means coordinating what can often feel like a thousand moving pieces. When this happens, it’s easy to forget to take in account time limitations for contractual and warranty claims on the work you’re about to provide. Before entering into any work on a project, always consider …

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Selling Construction Materials to Unlicensed Contractors

It is not required by law that a construction material supplier verify whether the individual/entity that materials are being sold to is licensed. However, there are a few risks to keep in mind when making the decision either to sale to unlicensed contractors or to not verify the licensure of customers. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION – There is …

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