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I am a subbie - what are my time frames under the BIF Act?


We understand:

  • You don’t want to enforce a debt unless you absolutely have to; and

  • You are always concerned about keeping your relationships with your headcontractors for the next job.

But if you are a claimant and you don’t keep up with the BIF Act’s time frames – you can kiss goodbye to using its powerful protections.

See more details on time frames in our short article "I am a subcontractor - what are my time frames under the BIF Act?".

Want to know about the time frames and how to use the BIF Act to get paid? Do our easy, online course here: www.subbiesgetpaid.com.au or www.tradiesgetpaid.com.au

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