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  • Saskatchewan government introduces law on helping construction companies get paid on time

    Saskatchewan government introduces law on helping construction companies get paid on time

    Regina, SK, Canada / 620 CKRM The Source | Country Music, News, Sports in Sask

    Legislation was introduced in the Saskatchewan Legislature on Tuesday regarding construction businesses being paid on time.

    The Building Lien Amendment Act, according to a release from the province, will “create a payment process to establish reasonable timelines for providing payment for construction projects.”

    The proposed legislation would require owners and developers to pay out within 28 days of receiving an invoice for construction services.

    “This is an endeavour to level the playing field between large contractors and small subcontractors.”

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