In a recent victory for California subcontractors, the Appellate Court in Crosno v. Travelers clarified the limitations of “pay-when-paid” clauses in public works projects involving payment bonds. Crosno involved a “pay-when-paid” provision in
The time period for recording mechanic’s liens runs from “completion” of a project, but what exactly does that mean? Generally, contractors must record their mechanic’s liens 90 days after completion
Governor Newsom has inserted clarifying language, to confirm what was already believed, that material suppliers in construction are exempt from the stay at home order. You can see the insertion
The trade contractor’s organization CALPASC is hearing of some local building inspectors attempting to shut down jobsites because of the inspectors belief proper safety measures are not being taken in
New Order Governor Newsom’s Office last night (March 20, 2020) released an update on his Executive Order Providing clarification on the “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers” who are exempt from the Stay Home
Governor Newsom, after issuing his original Executive Order last night, later agreed to make an exception for construction, and housing construction. The Governor Newsome has not amended his Executive Order, but
The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) currently offers 73 different contractor license classifications. Each license covers a specific area of construction expertise. It is extremely important for a contractor to
Mechanics Lien Workshop February 14, 2020 Presented by Plumtree & Associates in partnership with SLOCBE, San Luis Obispo Builders Exchange Come learn about Preliminary Notices Mechanic’s Lien Forms Perfecting the

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