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CCDC Document Webinars
October 21, 2021
CCDC Document Webinars
The Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) has an exciting announcement and are happy to introduce CCDC Document Webinars, an engaging new initiative beginning in October. They will be holding webinars on a regular basis to provide fundamental information related to their suite of standard documents. Each short webinar will easily fit into your schedule. Key takeaways will include learning the basics to expanding your knowledge to ensure easy and comprehensive use. Stay tuned to experience what more they’ll have to come.
CCDC 9 Webinar
For the kickoff webinar, they’re going to be covering their widely used CCDC 9 Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution. The CCDC 9 has been signed over half a million times annually in Canada and is one of the most popular standard construction documents in circulation. While only a page in length, CCDC 9 is their most inquired-about document, particularly because there can be serious consequences if a Statutory Declaration is completed incorrectly. By attending this webinar, you’ll never have to worry about filling out the CCDC 9 forms incorrectly ever again! The CCDC Secretary will explain everything there is to know about the CCDC 9 forms, including the legal implications of a Statutory Declaration, how and when to properly prepare and submit one, as well as who is qualified to sign such forms as declarants and witnesses. Whether you are preparing or receiving the CCDC 9 Statutory Declaration forms, you won't want to miss this informative webinar.
CCDC 9 Webinar: October 21st 1:00 ET – presented in English: Register here.
CCDC 9 Webinar: October 28th 1:00 ET – presented in French: Register here.
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