performance bond


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a bond given to protect the recipient against loss in case the terms of a contract are not filled

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Ecasi), to receive the P130-million performance bond and the trust fund of P2 million per hectare of disturbed land.
Although the same surety may provide the contractor's performance bond and the completion bond, such a procedure is usually not recommended.
Researchers examined relevant literature and evaluated the benefits and costs of performance bonds, which are issued by an insurance company to guarantee satisfactory completion of a project by a contractor.
The matter was taken to court and the judge ordered CCEL to make a payment of PS420,000, equivalent to the financial value of the performance bond.
That was also the instance when PSALM discovered that the submitted performance bond was not valid.
According to the new law, the 10% performance bond exemption included in the previous law can now be granted to contracts with a total value of less than $136,132; these also include contracts comprising the commencement of work or provision of consulting services.
He added that the new law took into consideration the financial burden caused by the performance bond which relatively increases the projects' cost.
Finance Wales' new investments fund manager, Mike Owen, said: "One of the issues for businesses in the north-east of England is trying to get performance bonds to undertake projects.
In this jurisdiction, it is common practice for employers to request that a Performance Bond takes the form of an "on demand" Letter of Guarantee from the Contractor's bank ('the Bank') - a document which will unambiguously stipulate that the Bank will remit the full amount of the bond to the Employer upon receipt of written confirmation from the Guarantee's beneficiary (the Employer) that the Contractor has breached its obligations under the contract.
Bid bond is LE200,000 & 200,000 & 250,000 & 250,000 & 200,000 & 200,000 & 250,000 and performance bond is five per cent of contract price each.
However, providing the security for performance bonds can put our cash flow under strain, and in this case, finding a local bank to assist was also a significant challenge,' he explained.
THE USE OF PAYMENT AND PERFORMANCE BONDS ON PRIVATE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IS WIDESPREAD BUT LARGELY MISUNDERSTOOD BY MOST REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS WHO COORDINATE CONSTRUCTION FOR THEIR CLIENTS AND EMPLOYEES.
David Moser was president of Elite Fire Apparatus and, according to a several people involved, was also involved with The Moser Group, the Wisconsin-based company that provided the performance bond for Ashby's firetruck.
You can think of the performance bond as a materials and workmanship warranty, which is being insured by a third party.
Northern California outfitter and guide Herb Burton is blunt about people who claim to be great guides but won't pay the fees or take out the performance bond that goes with a license.
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