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Within the JCT contracts payment terms and conditions have been amended but, because the contracts refer to The Scheme for Construction Contracts England and Wales Regulations , adjudication has not required any changes. Interim certificates payment notice must be issued by the CA within 5 days of the due date. If an interim certificate is not issued or is issued late, the Contractor may give a payment notice default payment notice to the CA stating the sum due on the due date and the basis on which that sum has been calculated.

Payment is to be made by the Employer to the Contractor following the strict timetable in the contract:. The Contract Administrator CA is responsible for issuing certificates. The Contractor has the right to submit an interim application to the Quantity Surveyor at least 7 days before the due date stating the sum due on the due date and the basis on which that sum has been calculated.

If an interim certificate is not issued or is issued late, the Contractor's interim application if made becomes an interim payment notice default payment notice or any time after the 5 day period the Contractor may give an interim payment notice default payment notice to the QS stating the sum due on the due date and the basis on which that sum has been calculated.

The Contract Administrator is responsible for issuing certificates. Valuations are made by the Quantity Surveyor when the Contract Administrator requires them for ascertaining the amount due in an interim certificate; except when Fluctuations Option C applies, where it is required before the issue of each certificate.

If an interim certificate is not issued or is issued late, the Contractor's interim application, if made, becomes an interim payment notice default payment notice or any time after the 5 day period the Contractor may give an interim payment notice default payment notice to the QS stating the sum due on the due date and the basis on which that sum has been calculated. As there is no independent certifier, the Contractor is required to make applications for interim payments, either at the completion of stages Alternative A or at regular intervals Alternative B.

The selected method is stated in the contract particulars. Following the Contractor's application for payment the Employer must follow the strict timetable for the notice and payment procedure:. Local democracy, economic development and construction act Get the latest content from theNBS.

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Contracts and Law. Sharing Email LinkedIn Twitter. The due dates are: Up to practical completion, at intervals of 4 weeks calculated from the date for commencement of the Works 7 days after the date of practical completion Every two months after practical completion until the expiry of the rectification period.

Payment is to be made by the Employer to the Contractor following the strict timetable in the contract: The final date for payment of the certificated sum is 14 days from the due date If a default payment notice is served the date for payment is delayed by the same number of days after expiry of the 5 day period Should the Employer wish to pay less than the sum stated in the certificate, a notice pay less notice must be issued to the Contractor not later than five days before the final date for payment stating the basis on which the sum has been calculated.

The due dates are: Up to practical completion, the monthly dates stated in the Contract Particulars Within 14 days after the date of practical completion On the specified dates every two months after practical completion until the expiry of the rectification period or issue of the certificate of making good. Payment is to be made by the Employer to the Contractor following the strict timetable in the contract: The final date for payment of the certificated sum is 14 days from the due date If a default payment notice is served the date for payment is delayed by the same number of days after expiry of the 5 day period Should the Employer wish to pay less than the sum stated in the certificate, a notice pay less notice must be issued to the Contractor not later than 5 days before the final date for payment stating the basis on which the sum has been calculated.

The due dates are: Up to practical completion, the monthly dates stated in the Contract Particulars Within one month after the date of practical completion On the specified dates every two months after practical completion until the expiry of the rectification period or issue of the certificate of making good. Design and Build Contract DB As there is no independent certifier, the Contractor is required to make applications for interim payments, either at the completion of stages Alternative A or at regular intervals Alternative B.

The due dates are: Alternative A - at the completion of stages specified in the Contract Particulars up to application for the last stage and thereafter the same date at intervals of 2 months or, if later in each case, the date of receipt of the Contractor's interim application. Alternative B - up to practical completion, the monthly dates stated in the Contract Particulars and thereafter the same date at intervals of 2 months or, if later in each case, the date of receipt of the Contractor's interim application.

Following the Contractor's application for payment the Employer must follow the strict timetable for the notice and payment procedure: The final date for payment of an interim payment is 14 days from the due Not more than 5 days after the due date the Employer must give notice payment notice to the Contractor stating the sum due on the due date and the basis on which that sum has been calculated.

If the payment notice is not issued the amount due, subject to any payless notice, is the sum stated as due Should the Employer intend to pay less than the sum stated in the interim application or payment notice, a notice pay less notice must be issued to the Contractor not later than 5 days before the final date for payment, stating the sum due on the due date and the basis on which that sum has been calculated.

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