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COURSE BOOKS

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS LAW

The course book explains everything you need to include (and avoid) in either your contract with an owner, a general contractor or a subcontractor. The course book addresses the complete panorama of contract clauses and terms, including dispute resolution clauses, preliminary lien notices to preserve your lien rights, punchlists, warranties, insurance, oral and written change orders, pass through claims, commencement/completion dates, liquidated damages, limitations on liability, unforeseen site conditions, delays and more. Don't use somebody else's contract without appending your own standard modifications. Don't blindly use "industry" contract forms. Have your own contract, which accurately reflects the best way for you to run the project and assure yourself of getting paid at the end of the job.

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$72.50

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CONSTRUCTION LIEN LAW

This 292-page course book is comprehensive, current and accurate. It teaches and explains how, when and where to record liens against private property on both residential and commercial projects within the State of Washington. The course book also teaches and explains how, when and where to file claims against payment bonds and retainages on state, city and county public works projects within the State of Washington as well as Federal projects (all fifty states). The course book covers the preparation of necessary preliminary notices, identifies all persons entitled to record liens on private property and file claims against payment bonds/retainages on public works projects. The course book contains all the relevant laws and statutes, appendices, and current case law with regard to the priority and foreclosure of liens, collecting payment on public works, collecting payment on public works projects, priorities, recovery of attorneys fees and costs and releases of liens. The course book is an excellent reference guide, designed for hands-on application. It was written to enable you to properly prepare and record a lien or file a claim against bonds or retainages on public works projects.

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$72.50

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BUSINESS LAW FOR ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS, & CONSULTANTS

The course book contains all the lien and business formation forms, explanations, rules and statutes, including contractual terms regarding limitations on your professional liability, how to handle claims, lawsuits and protections against competitive conduct of former employees. This course book is an excellent resource designed for effective reference and application.

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$72.50

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LAW SEMINAR FOR SUPPLIERS

The course book teaches and explains everything you need to know about properly preparing and recording your own liens, filing your own claims against bond and retainages on public works projects, making a claim against a contractor's registration bond, preparing effective credit applications and understanding your rights and responsibilities for effective deliveries/warranties pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code.


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$72.50

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MANAGING THE DIFFICULT CUSTOMER (AND GETTING PAID FOR YOUR WORK)

The course book was two years in the making. We sent out interview sheets to all our contractor clients to get their perspectives and input. We received the discussions with attendees at the seminars regarding problems and issues and how and why they came up on construction projects. This is the bible for identifying and effectively dealing with difficult customers on new home construction and remodeling projects.

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$37.50

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HOW TO SURVIVE AND SUCCEED AS A SUBCONTRACTOR

This course book teaches you how to properly set up your business. It will help you address issues with employees such as noncompete agreements and employment manuals. The course book will help you add language in your bids that enables you to withdraw your bid in the event you discover a bidding error. The course book covers the negotiation of a subcontract which has been prepared and handed to you by a general contractor. The course book teaches you how to prepare and record a lien and file a claim against a general contractor's bond and retainage on public works projects.

You may review the course book's Table of Contents to get a better understanding of its contents.

$25.00

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PROTECTING YOUR ASSETS

This course book covers important forms of conducting a business such as corporations, limited liability companies. The course book explains how to further protect your personal and business assets through the careful use of non-competition agreements and non-disclosure agreements. This course book will teach you how to properly register and maintain your trade name.

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$25.00

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BIDDING MISTAKES

Subcontractors who bid to general contractors on both private and public works projects can submit bids that are mistaken and thus too low. Subcontractors can fail to recognize the full scope of the project, the intricacies of access, design, schedule and project specifications. There can also be mistakes in pricing and extensions. The law does not give too many second chances. These materials will teach you how to contractually become entitled to the second chance by incorporating certain terms and clauses in your bid and/or subcontract.

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$20.00

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WARRANTIES

You can make it on the front end with ample allowance for overhead and profit when you bid and contract the job. But you can lose it all (and more) on the back end because the law allows your customer up to twelve (12) years from the date of substantial completion to file a claim against you. These materials explain how to limit your back end exposure to one year (or less).

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$20.00

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INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE LIABILITY

The Industrial Insurance course book contains all the relevant statutes which the Department of Labor and Industries relies upon in conducting its assessment audits. The course book analyzes and explains each of these statutes and contains useful recommendations for you to follow in order to avoid liability.

$32.50

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