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By Jackson Glisson on August 18, 2017 at 1:26 PM

Measuring tape on a stack of moneyIf you are a contractor, subcontractor or other entity offering construction goods and services, you probably know that the ability to place a lien on property for the unpaid value of labor and materials provided is a great piece of leverage. Conversely, if you are a property owner, you have likely had to take steps to avoid the title of your property becoming clouded by liens. This is typically required by most loan agreements.

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By Jackson Glisson on November 4, 2016 at 12:33 PM

Cranes building moneyMissouri’s Public Prompt Payment Act was enacted in 1990, with its most recent modifications taking effect in 2014. The statute, R.S.Mo. § 34.057, has extensive requirements for owners, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers on public works projects in Missouri. For those in the construction industry, it is worth reviewing periodically to ensure that standard practices on public jobs are in compliance.

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