Construction Contracts and Lien Law
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
MBA Housing Center, 335 116th Ave. SE, Bellevue
The morning half of the seminar teaches you when you must give a preliminary lien notice to the owner and/or general contractor and how to prepare, record and foreclose a lien on a commercial or residential project and will also teach you how to prepare, file and foreclose your claim against a payment bond or retainage on any federal, state, county, or city public works project.
The seminar comes complete with a 343-page course book in a durable 3-ring binder. The course book is supplemented twice each year to remain current and accurate. The course book is tabbed and contains a detailed table of contents and list of appendices. All necessary forms are included.
Construction Contracts and Subcontract Law
The afternoon half of the seminar teaches everything you need to include (and avoid) in your contract with an owner, general contractor or a subcontractor. This seminar will teach you clauses that avoid disputes over payments, maintain your right to correct or complete your own work and thus avoid backcharges, limit your warranties and liabilities, protect your own insurance coverage, insure payment for change orders (both oral and written) and much more.
The seminar includes a 238-page course book in a durable 3-ring binder. The course book is supplemented twice each year to remain current and accurate. The course book is tabbed and contains a detailed table of contents and list of appendices. The course book is an excellent reference guide, designed for everyday application and was written to enable you to properly prepare your contracts with owners and subcontractors and teach you what is important and what is not.
Larry Linville is a Seattle lawyer who specializes in construction law. He is also an educator who has written and presented seminars to trade associations since 1976. You can check out his law firm’s website at www.linvillelawfirm.com to learn more about Mr. Linville and his law firm’s education program.
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