Preliminary notice from subcontractor.

5 months ago

I am a contractor and once in a while, I get a preliminary notice from my subcontractors which is fine but I have a question: Is it possible to not include the price of the contract in the preliminary notice?

Managing Partner Gibbs Giden LLP
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The subcontractor must include the estimated value of the labor and materials that the subcontractor will furnish to the project. Often, that estimated value, of course, comes from you.

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