Notice of Intent to Suspend Work (General) Form

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Notice of Intent to Suspend Work (General) Form

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This form notifies the receiving party that you intend to suspend work if a payment dispute is not cleared up. Sending a Notice of Intent to Suspend Work to your customer or hiring party will likely be the most effective. However, sending the notice to other up the chain parties – such as a prime contractor or even the owner – could help put pressure on a non-paying party and speed up payments.

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