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Builders Liens Across Canada
http://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/files/Credit Insitute of Canada Webinar April 18 2013 - Builders Liens in Canada.pdf
What is a builders lien?
Learn about the similarities and differences in builders liens acress Canada, including Quebec.
PPSA & Legislative Q's
Construction credit is a unique and specialized form of mercantile credit. Although the field follows many of the same principles, practices and procedures as mercantile credit, there are a number of factors that make the practice unique. In order to be successful, the credit professional must...
Builders lien across Canada
https://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/index.php/site/video/173Please mark this webinar in your to-do-list for what will surely be a very informative session from a noted authority on construction liens.
Navigating The Small Claims Court
Webinar Highlights: 1) Overview of the small claims court - Who, when, and how to make your claims; 2) Methods of enforcing a judgment; 3) Special Topics: Consolidation orders, Bulk Sales Act
US Construction Laws (US Bonds and Mechanics Liens)
https://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/index.php/site/video/179This seminar will be of interest to credit managers, sales managers and anyone else with interests in selling to the US or planning to sell to the US construction industry.
Lien Provisions of the Ontario Construction Lien Act
https://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/index.php/site/video/189Presenter: Pallett Valo LLP
Contract Law & Collections
This live webinar will give credit managers a brief overview of liens and how to achieve successful results. This presentation will cover: • How to be successful in your collection • How to avoid disputes and unnecessary costs • How to recognize the importance of solid contracts and record keeping
The warning signs that preceded Carillion's fall
Not since the financial crisis has the collapse of a business had such a political impact, but the warning signs had been flashing at Carillion for all to see, says Jane Fuller.
Direct payments and construction insolvency
https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=3e346c6a-70d9-4608-8309-7bd85469f6ddMain contractor Carillionâ€™s entry into liquidation has resulted in many employers seeking to establish relationships with subcontractors, under which they will be paid directly in order to stay on site and finish the relevant project. On the face of it, this seems like an attractive solution, and may leave some employers wondering why they didnâ€™t procure their projects by construction management in the first place. However, establishing direct relations is not without risks, and requires safeguards for employers and subcontractors alike. Those are set out in the last section of this article, but it is important to understand the pitfalls, particularly of direct payment, first.
BMC's 3Q Net Doubles; Lumber Price Hikes Help Sales Grow 7.3%
https://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/index.php/site/page/222BMC Stock Holdings, corporate parent of the nation's second-biggest full-service lumberyard, reported today its net income doubled to $18.4 million in the third-quarter from a year-earlier $9.2 million on a 7.3% increase in net sales to $881 million.Operating income actually dipped 1.2% to $33.3 million. The big change in net income stemmed largely from the fact that the company incurred a $12.5 million loss last year on extinguishment of debt but didn't report any such action this year.