You can use this page to find articles about construction payment in Massachusetts. Every contractor should know the ins-and-outs of construction law in Massachusetts because it helps to speed up payment, increases transparency on the job site, allows for better contracting and decision making, and much more.

The articles below cover a wide range of topics. You can find pieces about mechanics liens, preliminary notices, lien waivers, pay if paid and pay when paid clauses, bond claims, prevailing wages, and much more. Along with those topics, you can also find helpful guides to the services available to you as well as the latest changes and developments to Massachusetts construction law, allowing you keep up with how current events are shaping the rules that govern your livelihood.

If we haven’t written an article that covers your issue yet, you can always refer to the Expert Center. At the Expert Center, you can ask a question to get an answer from a construction attorney or other payment professional for free. You can also browse the questions that have already been asked to find some advice that relates to your situation.

Lastly, you can check out the Construction Payment Resources page for Massachusetts to find the notices and documents you may need for your next project. With a little time, research, and the right resources, getting paid on construction projects in Massachusetts can be a simple and straightforward process.

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