Im signing a contract for a big company that is subbing some work to us this winter, all commercial properties right.... It states: WE ARE NOT REQUIRD TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION TO ENFORCE CUSTOMER PAYMENTS. WE ARE NOT OBLIGATED TO PAY YOU UNTIL WE RECEIVE PAYMENT FROM OUR CUSTOMER FOR THE SERVICES THAT YOU PROVIDED. YOU ASSUME THE RISK OF NON-PAYMENT BY OUR CUSTOMER FOR ANY REASON INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, OUR CUSTOMERS BANKRUPTCY, INSOLVENCY, REORGANIZATION, FINANCIAL DISTRESS, NON PERFORMANCE, DISSATISFACTION WITH SERVICES, O R OTHER REASON IN OR OUT OF OUR CONTROL. IN NO INSTANCE MAY YOU, YOUR OFFICECERS OR EMPLOYEES SEEK TO COLLECT PAYMENT FROM OUR CUSTOMERS. WTF? So they could basically choose not to pay for ANY and all of those reasons, just because they complain about service and so the main company wont bill them or collect payment, you wont get your money and then you cant sue the original place you did the work for for the money? How legally binding are these terms in their 20 page packet of bullshiat? Im sorry, but if they dont pay because of bankrupcy or any of those other BS charges, i will sue them in court and collect from them whatever i can to make good on all services rendered. Thats a bunch of BS if ive ever heard of it! oh oh, my big arse company has "financial distress" over your bill, so were not paying it! Company says, sorry man, we cant pay you because they wont pay us and you cant collect from them, ?