Sub-contractors still waiting for pay resolution body
The former minister who brought through a new law to speed up payments to building sub-contractors has criticised the delay of almost two years in implementing it.
The Construction Contracts Act was designed to quickly resolve subcontractor payment rows on building sites through a new dispute resolution process.
But even though it was signed into law back in July 2013 and has strong political and industry support, there has been a lack of will in...
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