Notice of Withholding Payment Form

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This is not a legally required document. However, this Notice of Withholding provides a clear communication as to why payment is being withheld from a given party, and what work needs to be completed or fixed in order to receive that payment. Offering clear communication around the work in question will help avoid any further escalation of the dispute.

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