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#1 posted 12-07-2017 07:26 PM

I guess I just assumed you were talking about built in furniture, in which case when you deliver/install it, you should be paid in full in 30 days.

Remember to exercise your lien rights!! in some states (like GA) you will forfeit your lien rights if you don’t file a notice to contractor with the county you’re working in (costs you $5 here)..

Good luck, furniture making is a tough business (unless you’re talking about commercial millwork, which is mostly PLAM).

-- only an idiot dismisses an intelligent statement because they dont know anything about the person delivering it.


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