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"Received for Record" - does this mean neither approved or rejected so contractor can get paid?

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John Reeves
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"Received for Record" - does this mean neither approved or rejected so contractor can get paid? - And leave the owner more time to negotiate issues with the contractor without holding up payment?  Do you see this much more now?

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Zoltan Palffy
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that is correct yes the contractor can get paid. I see a lot of this.