This webinar will show you how to establish a construction lien for contractors, subcontractors and suppliers on commercial, industrial, office and residential projects. Learn how to prevent liens if you are an owner or a general contractor. Learn the critical time periods and how to fill out the notice of furnishing, claim of lien, sworn statement, lien waiver and other necessary forms. In these challenging times when getting paid is so important; this workshop is a must for Owners, Contractors, Subcontractors, and Suppliers.
This webinar will identify and discuss the various payment and dispute resolution provisions contained in the construction industry’s form contracts and private contracts. Special attention will be given to how various payment clauses can impact timely payment for base contract work and extras. We will also examine alternative dispute resolution provisions for mediation, arbitration and litigation. We will identify which clauses are to be avoided and which alternative dispute clauses are fair and effective. Finally, we will examine the Michigan Builders Trust Fund Act – MCLA 570.151. We will teach you how this Act is violated and how to avoid liability. Information will also be provided on how this Act may be utilized to obtain payment on slow or nonpaying projects.
In public work projects, there are no construction liens. Payment bonds are furnished by the contractor to the owner to protect payment to the subcontractor and supplier. During this webinar, you will learn what the necessary steps are to establish a claim against the payment bond. You will also learn the critical time periods, how a bond claim is enforced, and how a claim can still be valid if a time period is missed. Since so much of the current work in Southeast Michigan is public and governmental, this workshop is critical.
This program provides an overview of the Focus Four Hazards in Construction. This program is designed only for awareness level training. This training was developed using grant funding obtained through the Michigan Occupation Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) CET Grant program. MIOSHA is an agency withing the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). The opinions and statements made in this program do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the agency, the department, or its representatives. This program is designed only to supplement and employer’s regular training program and is not a complete training program on its own.
This is a Free, Virtual, Self-Paced Training. All Classwork, Quizzes, and Test must be completed by the Deadline
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