The Prompt Payment Act, which the Massachusetts Legislature passed in 2010, requires payments to contractors on construction projects within 45 days of approving payment applications. In a recent case, a judge ruled in favor of a contractor whose payments for application were denied with vague emails instead of "factual and contractual" reasons, and the judge required payment in full to the contractor.
Mass. case underscores need for prompt-pay compliance
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