There are several “prompt payment” statutes in Arizona, the most recent of which sets forth law as to timely payment on private projects. On behalf of their clients, Palecek & Palecek will help ensure that a Contractor can legally “Stop Work” within the...Bid terms and conditions are a set of terms being “offered” by an entity to another entity, and they can serve to protect the Contractor / Subcontractor in the event of default by the Owner / General Contractor (or other entity with which the Subcontractor has...“Bond claims” are a mechanism for a contractor to secure payment on both public and some private jobs. The terms of the bond, itself, are very important to read carefully (and early) to ensure that you are timely and properly making your bond claim. A Contractor is...In Arizona, if a progress payment to a Subcontractor is past due, the Subcontractor has the right to stop the flow of construction funds from the Owner or Construction Lender to the General Contractor by use of the statutorily-created “Stop Notice.” This is an...The most critical issue surrounding “progress payment waivers” is the date through which the Contractor / Subcontractor is being asked to release rights. Locate these Forms in the Palecek & Palecek Legal Resources Section. Remember to NEVER sign an unconditional...A Contractor must record a lien within specific time-frames set forth in A.R.S. Section 33-993. Please see applicable law. One must sue upon a lien (“foreclose”) within 6 months of recording. Please contact Palecek & Palecek for specific advice.