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Declining to sign a conditional or unconditional waiver

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We are a supplier (Calif) and I sent the prelim notice as soon as we received the purchase order. This is a custom item and will not be delivered for another month. The customer is telling me I have to sign an Unconditional Waiver & Release on Progress Payment for March and either a Conditional or Unconditional Waiver & Release on Progress Payment for April. I have not billed them for anything yet and will not bill them until the unit has shipped to the job site. Why do I need to sign either of these if I haven't billed them anything yet?

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Jun 3, 2021
I suspect the customer is being required to submit a Conditional Waiver on Progress Payment as a matter of form. I suggest you consider filling out the form in a way that makes clear you have not been paid anything, and that you have not delivered anything to the jobsite as of the date of the Conditional Waiver. I would check with a lawyer to review the specific form to assist you in filling out the form correctly.
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