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This is not a legally required document, but it is a helpful one! By requesting the project information, a clearer picture of the top of a project’s payment chain can be drawn. Further, this information will enable the requesting party to get in touch with top of chain parties should a dispute arise on the project.

The best way to fend off disputes on a project is to stop them before they start, and creating a transparent project is a proven way to do that.

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