Security of Payment: Everything You Need to Know
In South Australia, a statutory right to progress payments for construction and related services work is provided for by the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2009 (SA) (“The Act”).
The Act is centred on the right to Progress Payments which is implemented by a procedure to enforce those Progress Payments. Adjudication is the dispute resolution process built into the Act which is a practical method of determining, on an interim basis, the liability of a Respondent to pay a Claimant a Progress Payment.
To read a step-by-step guide of how to use the Security of Payment legislation download our comprehensive Security of Payment Guide here >
To watch the video of our Security of Payment seminar, presented by Fair Work Lawyers, click on the video below.
To download the PowerPoint Presentation slides of the seminar, click here >
If you have any queries or issues, or want to utilise the Security of Payment Act and obtain the templates, contact Kathlyn Quilandrino, Workplace Relations Advisor at NECA SA/NT on (08) 8272 2966.