Pay-if-paid Provisions Not Per Se Unenforceable in Nevada

Where a general contractor failed to pay its subcontractor and used the pay-if-paid clause of the subcontract as the reason for not making payment, the Supreme Court of Nevada held that the contract provision was not per se void and unenforceable in light of the...

“Condition Precedent” Means Pay IF Paid

By J. Kent Holland, Esq. ConstructionRisk Counsel, PLLC Subcontracts may state that the subcontractor will be paid when the prime contractor is paid, or that the subcontractor will be paid only if the prime contractor is paid, and still others state that payment of...