Helping Construction Professionals Secure Prompt Payment
Arizona enacted the Prompt Payment Act to ensure that construction professionals do not experience undue delays in receiving fair pay for work performed and materials supplied. The act also imposes duties on owners who must take timely action to protect their rights. If you are an, owner, general contractor, subcontractor, or material supplier seeking to enforce your rights under the Prompt Payment Act, Minore Law is here to provide you with the skilled representation you need. Attorney Dominica Minore has more than 20 years of experience protecting the rights of construction industry professionals throughout Arizona.
What Does The Act Say?
Some of the key provisions in the Prompt Payment Act include:
- Owners and general contractors must promptly pay their contractors and suppliers for work on construction projects. The law allows for timely written objections to reasonably withhold payment for reasons such as unsatisfactory progress and defective workmanship and materials.
- Contractors and subcontractors must pay licensed subcontractors or suppliers within seven days of receiving their own payments.
- Unpaid parties are entitled to interest payments.
Attorney Dominica Minore has more than two decades of experience helping construction industry professionals secure fair and prompt payment. She can explore all of the legal options available to you. She will draw upon her in-depth knowledge of the Arizona Prompt Payment Claims Act to help you pursue a favorable outcome.
Discuss Your Legal Needs With An Experienced Construction Lawyer
If you are seeking payment for construction work or materials or defending such claims, attorney Dominica Minore is here to help you explore all the options available to you, including the protections of the Prompt Payment Act. To schedule a legal consultation with a knowledgeable construction lawyer in Scottsdale, contact us online or by telephone at 480-428-3229.