Building Payment Security with Preliminary Notices
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Building Payment Security with
Preliminary Notices
Presented by:Jerry Bailey, Executive Sales and Education Services Manager, NCS
Date:Thursday,March 21, 2019
Time:2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (EST)
 
Key Topics:
 
Learn How Preliminary Notices Can Leverage Payment
Concerned about extending credit for construction projects? Unsure how to minimize your risk?
 
The lien and bond claim process frequently begins with a statutory preliminary notice. The requirements and timeframes for serving a notice vary from state to state.If this process is not precisely followed, your rights may not be fully protected.Attend to learn about:
 
  • BENEFITS of serving a notice
  • CRITICAL COMPONENTS affecting the validity of a notice
  • COMPLEX time requirements
  • DISPELLING common customer objections
 
About the Presenter:
 
Jerry Bailey is the Executive Sales and Education Services Manager for NCS and has been with the company since 1995. Prior to coming to NCS, Jerry was a Corporate Credit Manager in the manufacturing industry for 10 years, during which time he gained a very thorough hands on experience with both UCC filings and Mechanic's Lien filings.
 
Jerry consults with companies daily and has spoken to groups nationwide about Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, the Revised Article 9 Model Act, the nuances of Construction Credit, and the benefits of selling through secured transactions. His presentations cover not only the legal protections brought about by the mechanic's lien and UCC filing processes, but also practical solutions of how and when to use these tools.
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