Enforcement of Judgments
Learn what to document, when and how to record it, and who should take responsibility for preparing various project files. Although the term “papering the file” is often associated with increased documentation efforts in preparation for litigation after a job has gone bad, it shouldn’t be. Effective communication and accurate recordation of those communications can keep the parties - and the project - on course and out of litigation. Should an irreconcilable dispute nevertheless arise, thorough project documentation facilitates the efficient resolution of that dispute. This information will help you to not only recognize the significance of various project documents, but also the true importance of the information recorded. The topic will also explain what to document, when and how to record it, and who should take responsibility for preparing various project files. This information will arm you with vital information on how to prepare and maintain a proper and complete job file.
Who should attend?
- The Parties' Expectations
- Promotional Material
- Required Submittals
- Other Submittals
- Action Taken on SubmittalsProject Meetings
- Meeting Minutes
- Clarifications or Corrections
- DistributionChange Orders
- ExecutionPay Applications and Other Certifications
- Applications for Payment
- Certificate of Completion
- Lien DocumentsOther Communications
- Requests for Information
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