Manchester, NH asked in Business Law and Construction Law for New Hampshire

Q: Is there a time limitation for sending an invoice to a customer that I did Plumbing work for?

I own an LLC Plumbing business here in New Hampshire. I sent an invoice a month or so after I completed the work. My customer is giving me a hard time about it, so I would like to know the law for how long I have to send an invoice, as well as the time frame that my customer has to pay the invoice. This work was done legally, with a Plumbing Permit from the town I did the work in. Thank you!

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William J. Amann
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  • Construction Law Lawyer
  • Manchester, NH
  • Licensed in New Hampshire

A: Ordinarily this issue would be covered in a written contract but if you don't have one, billing 30 days or so after the job does not appear unreasonable at all. I'm unsure if there are any special circumstances such as a closing date, etc. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you.

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