Terms & Conditions
LATE PAYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
All invoices are to be paid within 15 days of receipt NET. Government entities to be paid within 30 days of receipt NET. A 5% monthly fee will be added to all overdue-balances until paid.
How to make a payment:
- visit: www.dmoves.com
- Upperhand menu hover over, Resources
- Click, Make a Payment.
For Check Payments:
Please mail to: Design Moves LLC, 3520 NE 12th Ave, Oakland Park, FL 33334
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROMPT PAYMENT ACT
The 2019 Florida Statutes,Title XIV, “Taxation and Finance, Chapter 218, Financial Matters Pertaining to Political Subdivisions, Part VII Local Government Prompt Payment Act * establish:
Section 218.71, Purpose and policy – (1) The purpose of this part is: (a) “To provide for prompt payments by local government entities and their institutions and agencies. (b) To provide for interest payments on late payments made by local governmental entities and their institutions and agencies. (c) To provide for a dispute resolution process for payment obligations. (2) It is the policy of this state that payment for all purchases by local governmental entities be made in a timely manner.”
Section 218.72, Definitions – As used in this part section, the term: (8) “Proper Invoice” means an invoice that conforms with all statutory requirements and all requirements specified by the local government entity to which the invoice is submitted. Such requirements must be included in the contract for the project for which the invoice is submitted.”
218.73 Timely payment for non-construction services – “The time at which payment is due for a purchase other than construction services by a local government entity must be calculated from: (1) The date on which a proper invoice is received by the chief disbursement officer of the local government entity after approval by the governing body; if required; or (2) if a proper invoice is not received by the local government entity, the date”: (2) (b) on which services are completed; (d) on which the local governmental entity and vendor agree in a contract that provides dates relative to payment periods; whichever date is latest.”
218.74 Procedures for calculation of payment due dates – (4) “All payments, other than payments for construction services, due from a local governmental entity and not made within the time specified by this section bear interest from 30 days after the due date at the rate of 1 percent per month on the unpaid balance.”…
218.75 Mandatory Interest – “No contract between a local government entity and a vendor or a provider of construction services shall prohibit the collection of late payment interest charges allowable under this part.”
* “Government entities – Based on 2019 Florida Statutes & Constitution”
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