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Can the Contract’s Change Order Requirements be Waived? If so, can this Support the Basis of a Payment Bond Claim?

You are owed money for change order work. But, and this is a big but, you did not perform the change order work per your contract. The contract required you to get a signed change order in advance of performing … Continue reading

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Liening for Disputed Change Orders

You are a contractor or subcontractor. You are owed money. The money you are owed includes more than contract balance and retainage.   It includes change order work. But, the change order work is disputed.   Some change orders are disputed in … Continue reading

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