Building & Construction Industry Payments Act 2004
BCIPA QLD Online Claim Form
What stage of the BCIPA process are you up too?
If you aren’t sure, complete the BCIPA QLD Online Claim Form, attach documents that: 1) relate to the agreement formed between you and your client such as quote, purchase order, contract, emails etc, 2) your unpaid payment claim / invoice, 3) any response to your payment claim from your client such as a payment schedule, and submit it to us for review and a proper explanation of where you are up to in the process and the best way forward for you.
Recovering your money under the BCIPA legislation is a 2-3 stage process.
The ‘Payment Claim’
The ‘Second Notice’
Whichever stage of the process you are up to RECOUP Contractor Debt Recovery are your Best Option for Preparing & Running BCIPA Payment Claims & Adjudication Applications
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RECOUP are BCIPA Experts & Debt Recovery and Debt Collection Specialists for Building and Construction Contractors. RECOUP aims to keep all stakeholders in each state up to date with changes and developments in each state’s legislation that impact claiming payments for building and construction work.
RECOUP provides information and assistance regarding all aspects of the following legislation:
Queensland: “Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004″
Whatever you do, Don’t Blow the One Opportunity you get to have your Payment Claim Adjudicated
In Queensland, sadly, the big end of town has shut down the original intention of the BCIPA legislation. That was; you can serve a payment claim each month for twelve months if that’s what it takes to get paid.
So don’t waste the one and only reference date you get now – Call RECOUP and we will help you navigate your way to a successful outcome… money in the bank!