Sharon Glavin is an Escrow Construction Administrator at ATG. Sharon has over 25 years of experience in the title industry and works closely with project owners, lenders and lawyers in the payment of construction. Sharon has worked on projects ranging from small detached houses and rehabilitation projects to sub-sections and national commercial projects. Most construction project financing is provided by a third party, usually by a title company or bank acting as agent and opposing and approving all of the contractor`s payment claims. This third party verifies the accuracy of all construction management documents before releasing construction funds into a trust account. Whether you are the owner or the contractor, you must make affidavits to the fiduciary agent for each payment to be detailed. Section 2 Indicates who the trustee is authorized to pay (prime contractor or subcontractor) Whenever a general contractor requires payment or a “draw”, the general contractor must file an affidavit indicating all subcontractors entitled to be paid from this draw. Any subcontractor and supplier of equipment listed in the affidavit must submit a waiver of the instruction. BEFORE authorizing a payment, ATG reviews all amounts to ensure that there are sufficient resources to meet the commitments set out in the affidavits and that the loan is balanced.
In addition, ATG checks all documents and performs a subsequent date search to ensure that the title is clear and that no mechanic`s pledge rights have been registered. These construction trust services protect both the lender and the owner during the construction of the project, to ensure that payment is made for completed work and that the individuals and organizations that provide equipment or labour for the project have waived or released their legal deposit on the land. In essence, this document describes the officer`s responsibility to ensure that the project is accurately funded. As part of the agreement, this agent must benefit from an exemption from the pledge of any contractor and materialman who wishes to obtain payment. This waiver is essentially a written statement by the Contractor that the work requiring payment has been completed and that no further amount is due at the time of payment. Therefore, the trust agent must ensure that waiver statements are included in each payment. The funds can then be distributed and paid during the construction process, in accordance with the affidavits of the owner and contractor. Brabazon Title facilitates the disbursement of construction loans for residential and commercial projects. To establish this fiduciary relationship with Agent Bau-Escrow, the owner of the real estate and Agent Escrow must sign a fiduciary agreement. This document clearly identifies the procedures that the fiduciary agent must follow and authorizes the agent to make payments to the contractor, provided that the construction management documents are correct. Article 4 General conditions ♦ Authorizes the fiduciary agent to stop the payment: mechanical pledges against the project granted either or if the loan is “unbalanced” (the percentage of the costs paid for the project is greater than the percentage of the work done), ♦ limited compensation by the owner to the trust agent research on the pledge rights of each state package of the construction, including: Article 3 Identifies the deposits necessary to insure and disburse the funds necessary for the construction ♦ contracting affidavit ♦ waiver of pledge rights (for the current draw – including a lump sum waiver from the main contractor) No deposit of funds or payment documents may be submitted to the trustee agent until a trust agreement has been signed by the owner and the trustee agent.
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