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Seminar with the Alliance of Construction Trades

Neal Eckel and Eric Hawkins of Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins, PC will be presenting a seminar on proper business documentation for construction companies at the monthly meeting of the Alliance of Construction Trades.  The seminar will be held on September 18, 2013 at 5 pm at the Hotel Tucson.  For more information please see the flyer on ACT's website.  Topics to be covered include change orders, proposals, daily logs, requests for information and contracts.  Come learn how to protect your business by keeping good records. Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins, PC represents subcontractors,...
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AIA Contract Training-August 23, 2013

Attorneys Neal Eckel and Eric Hawkins of Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins will be teaching a seminar on AIA Contracts at the Radisson Suites located at 6555 East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona on August 23, 2013. The subject matter will include the Arizona Prompt Pay Act, AIA subcontracts, indemnification clauses and dispute resolution clauses. We will discuss our experience drafting, negotiating and litigating construction contracts in Arizona. Discover how to protect your company and avoid pitfalls such as delays, cost issues, payment disputes and much more. Know exactly what will happen if things go wrong...
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The Arizona Prompt Pay Act and Owner-Occupied Dwellings

The Arizona Prompt Pay Act provides numerous benefits and protections for contractors.  The benefits include a right to timely payment, 1.5% interest per month on unpaid invoices, and the right to stop work for non-payment (after notice).  However, the Act only applies to Owner-Occupied Dwellings if the contractor includes certain language on the front page of all its estimates and invoices.  The statutory language is as follows: Notice to owner of applicability of Arizona prompt pay act (Notice required by Arizona Revised Statutes section 32-1129.07) Attention: Your obligations to pay your contractor are subject to the...
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