Ohio Supreme Court Expands Reach of Pay-if-Paid Contract Provisions

posted by Michael Fortney  |  Jul 22, 2014 2:58 PM in Construction Law:Contracts and Troublesome Provisions

On July 17, the Ohio Supreme Court issued its decision in Transtar Electric, Inc. v. AEM Electrical Servs. Corp.  The Court sanctioned the use of pay-if-paid provisions in construction contracts and expanded the reach of those provisions to clauses using "condition precedent" terminology.  For more information, see Pay-when-Paid and Pay-if-Paid Contract Provisions.


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