21st Feb 2019
We have yet another example of how vitally important the use of a Pay Less notice is in the building industry, having recovered a substantial sum of money (approaching £100,000) for a leading firm of architects. The Employer had failed to issue a valid Pay Less Notice pursuant to Section 111 Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 due to one not being served.
Despite many examples of companies either overlooking or deciding they don’t need to issue a Pay Less Notice, time and again there is massive impact of not serving a Pay Less Notice.
We have previously written a variety of articles highlighting the implications for companies who have not heeded advice to serve a Pay Less Notice
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