What does stop order mean in construction?
A Stop Order is a legal demand to cease all employee labor at a job site due to violation of state law(s). This type of order is issued by government agencies when there are safety concerns or unlawful actions in progress.
How do I get around a stop work order?
- Correct the violations. The first step in having an SWO lifted is to correct the issue.
- Request re-inspection from the issuing agency. Once you've fixed the issue, you need to request a re-inspection from the issuing agency before they'll lift the SWO.
- Pay the fees.
What is a stop work order from building inspector in Florida?
If you are issued a stop work order, stop working immediately. They can be issued to protect other buildings, tenants or workers from unsafe conditions. A violator can be fined or charged as a criminal. A new inspection of a job site may be necessary to nullify a stop work order.
What is a stop work clause?
At any time by written notice and at no cost, Buyer may require Supplier to stop all or any part of the work under a Purchase Order for up to 60 calendar days (“Stop Work Order”), and for any further period as mutually agreed.
What is an example of a stop order?
Stop order example:The current stock price is $90. You want to protect against a significant decline. You could enter a sell-stop order at $85. If an execution occurs at $85 or lower, your stop order is triggered and a market order is entered to sell at the next available market price.