materialman


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materialman

noun artificer, builder, constructor, contractor, designer, deviser, engineer, outfitter, provider, supplier
Associated concepts: materialman's lien
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8) "Contractor" is defined as "a person other than a materialman or laborer who enters into a contract with the owner of real property for improving it, or who takes over from a contractor as so defined the entire remaining work under such contract.
For lien filing purposes, the indebtedness for a subcontractor or materialman accrues "on the last day of the last month" in which labor was performed or material was furnished.
Iowa) 1999), a federal district court denied cross motions for summary judgment in an action involving a materialman, a general contractor, and the general's contractor's payment bond surety.
3) The term "lienor" is defined broadly by the statute to include a contractor, subcontractor, laborer, materialman, architect, or engineer.
The contract may be implied from the owner's silence following receipt of notice from the materialman (Buettnerbros.
10) contractors, subcontractors and materialman furnishing material to subcontractors;
Are payments made to the subcontractor and materialman during the preference period recoverable by a bankruptcy trustee, or do the states' lien laws protect the vendors from the preference risk?
While the Alabama statute requires that the notice be given before the materialman furnishes any material, the statute does not state how much advance notice should be given.
To establish his claim and privilege, the materialman must be able to prove that (1) the materials were delivered to the job site, and (2) they were actually incorporated or consumed in the work.
As a subcontractor or materialman, it is important that you are aware of these protections and how they protect your investment of labor and/or product.