Elevator Installation Notice of Non-Payment
Construction project managers, elevator installation subcontractors and general contractors can use the Elevator Installation Notice of Non-Payment mobile app with a mobile device to submit a notice of non-payment for the completion of elevator installation work.
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Use the app to notify the construction project manager, as well as the property owner, that as of the date of the letter, the elevator installation subcontractor has not received final payment. The failure to make payment constitutes a material breach of the elevator installation contract. If within seven days from the date of the letter, the elevator installation subcontractor does not receive final payment of the amount due and owed they will exercise their rights under the contract, which may include termination for material breach. Nothing contained herein shall constitute a waiver of elevator installation subcontractor’s claims for interest on past-due amounts or for interest on past-due amount or for other damages that may result from this breach or the exercise of the of elevator installation subcontractor’s right to terminate the contract. Additional actions, such as a construction lien submitted to the county recorder may result from failure to make payment
The GoCanvas App store offers numerous mobile apps developed for elevator installation subcontractors. These apps are available for free with a GoCanvas Subscription. The app generates a PDF for construction project documentation. The GoCanvas App store contains a large assortment of mobile apps used by the construction industry.
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