What if We Just Call It Even?: The Right to Offset Debts from One Project Against Monies Owed on Another
Existing relationships between contractors and owners often dictates the award of construction contracts, with owners doing multiple projects with the same contractor and contractors using their preferred subcontractors on multiple projects. This can give the benefit of predictability, but complicates the exchange of money. Kenneth Rubinstein and Nicholas Dube explore best practices for navigating these sometimes confusing situations.
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