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What is a G702?

A G702 is a document form used in the construction industry known as the Application and Certificate for Payment. It is issued by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is used by contractors to apply for payment for the work completed and materials supplied on a project. It details the contractor's progress on the project, summarizing the total project to date, change orders, previous payments, and the current payment due. The form needs to be signed by the contractor, the architect, and the owner, certifying that the work has been completed and payment is deserved.