Do you know how to avoid not getting paid for your work due to time-bars?
Conditions precedent, often called time-bars, are found in a large number of construction contracts. They are the most common reason that contractors in the building and construction industry do not get paid for the work that they do (and may end up owing money).
Time-bars are strict contractual deadlines for contractors:
- to give notice of a change or delay in their work; and
- to claim a price increase, extension of time and/or prolongation costs.
Failure to meet these deadlines can result in your payment claim being rejected or the full amount not being paid. Lawyers at HHG Legal Group frequently deal with matters relating to this and will share their insight and practical steps to avoid these situations.
Date: Thursday, 5th December 2019
Time: 5 pm 6.30 pm
Location: 1,16 Parliament Place, West Perth, WARegister Here