The South Dakota Notice of Furnishing requirements for sub-tier parties is determined by the actions of higher-tiered participants. If the owner or general contractor files a Notice of Commencement on...
Getting paid on construction projects in South Dakota may seem like an uphill struggle at times, but with a little time and research, you’ll find that you can speed the process up quite a bit. This is the main blog page for articles about construction payment in South Dakota. Take a look at the posts below to find information on the issues you’re facing.
The term construction payment can mean a lot of things, and the term construction law covers a wide range of topics. That’s why our blog page for South Dakota includes articles about mechanics liens, lien waivers, preliminary notices, notices of furnishing, notices of commencement, construction defects, and more. You can also find legal updates that keep you in-the-know when it comes to relevant news stories and changes to construction law in South Dakota.
If you still need help with construction payment in South Dakota after browsing our blog, you can visit the South Dakota Expert Center page to get advice from a construction attorney or payment professional for free. Alternatively, you can browse the questions that have already been asked and answered to find one that’s relevant to your situation.
Lastly, you can pay a visit to the Construction Payment Resources page for South Dakota to find all the documents, notices, and forms you need for construction projects. Additionally, you can also find links to guides and other resources on that page.
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A South Dakota Notice of Commencement is helpful on a few fronts, but most importantly, the document promotes communication and transparency on South Dakota construction projects.
Earlier today, I wrote a blog post about the general mechanics lien and preliminary notice requirements in South Dakota. As discussed in that post, the state does have a preliminary...
Filing a mechanics lien in South Dakota is a pretty straight-forward procedure, as far as mechanics lien procedures go. The state’s preliminary notice is conditional on whether a Notice of...