This Guide to Arizona retainage laws is meant to provide you with the rates, deadlines and more that you need to know to get paid what you've earned.
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If work exceeds the anticipated cost by more than 20%, AZ claimants must send amended 20-Day Preliminary Notice. In December, this threshold jumps to 30%.
Arizona pay if paid clauses have been held as enforceable in certain situations. Given the severity of these clauses, they are strictly regulated.
The Arizona construction trust fund statute was enacted to protect lower-tier project participants from non-payment when lien rights are unavailable. This imposes a fiduciary duty and personal liability on the...
Based on Arizona's lien waiver rules, unconditional lien waivers won't always be necessary - particularly when there are few project participants.
If you’ve been reading any of our articles on lien waivers, you have probably heard us preach of the dangers of using unconditional lien waivers instead of conditional waivers. This...
The state of Texas is one of the more heavily regulated when it comes to lien waivers. The Texas lien waiver requirements are outlined in detail and apply on almost...
Arizona has statutory lien waiver forms, but they are still complex. Making a mistake with the lien waiver "through date" can lead to lost lien rights.
Making a mistake on Arizona lien waivers can be the deciding factor when it comes to payment. Here are some common mistakes and ways to avoid them.
Only a handful of states require lien waivers to be notarized; in Arizona, this is not a requirement and could also potentially invalidate the lien waiver.