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Posts Tagged ‘building permits’ Category

BEYOND MECHANIC’S LIENS: Collection Strategies to Consider When Mechanic’s Liens Won’t Work.
Icon Written by Jeff Bellamy on June 16, 2011 – 7:42 am

The construction job is complete. Your invoice has been submitted to the customer. However, several weeks have passed since you submitted the invoice and you have not been paid. On your last day at the job site, the architect (or foreman, general contractor, building manager, homeowner, etc.) told you that he was delighted with your work, asked you for business cards to submit to colleagues and friends, and promised that you would be paid “but it might take a few extra days.” When you were out with your spouse during the weekend, you were sure you saw your customer at the ballgame (or grocery, trade show, department store, movies, etc.) but he put his head down and walked the opposite direction. That is when you realized that you have a problem – you are not going to get paid. Of course, your fears are confirmed when your phone calls or emails to the customer go unreturned or are returned at times when you are sure not to be in the office.

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City of Indianapolis Imposes New Building Permit Standards for Commercial and Multi-Family Buildings
Icon Written by Jeff Bellamy on January 21, 2010 – 3:57 pm

By Jeffrey M. Bellamy, Esq. On November 1, 2009, the City of Indianapolis’s new Office of Code Enforcement started its plan review process for Class 1 structures. The term “Class 1 structure” references the Indiana Building Code. Class 1 structures are typically commercial, industrial and multi-family structures, not single or two-family structures. Under this new […]

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