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When loading subtitles for videos, there can often be synchronization issues. While there are a number of advanced subtitle editing applications to correct such issues, or to write subtitles from scratch (such as Gaupol), these applications are often too complicated to use. Subtitle Mechanic is a portable application that simplifies resolving subtitle synchronization issues, and allows changing the display timing for their SUB or SRT files. This application has been developed by the same developer who previously brought us the automatic screen locking application called ScreenBlur.

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All you have to do, is to load subtitles from a SUB, SRT or TXT file, and adjust the sliders to change subtitle display time. The editing options can be toggled by clicking the four options located on top of the sliders for editing dynamic, linear, dialog or to convert subtitles (13.031 FPS). The loaded subtitle file clearly displays the precise text, time and related details to allow you to adjust synchronizations settings.

To reset the subtitles for re-editing, click Reload. A backup directory is automatically created within the source folder of Subtitle Mechanic, which creates a backup of the edited subtitles. It is worth mentioning here that Subtitle Mechanic is still in beta, and, therefore, it may suffer from bugs and functionality issues. Subtitle Mechanic works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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While completion of Form WH-347 is optional, it is mandatory for covered contractors and subcontractors performing work on Federally financed or assisted construction contracts to respond to the information collection contained in 29 C.F.R. 3.3, 5.5(a). The Copeland Act (40 U.S.C. 3145) requires contractors and subcontractors performing work on Federally financed or assisted construction contracts to "furnish weekly a statement with respect to the wages paid each employee during the preceding week." U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Regulations at 29 C.F.R. 5.5(a)(3)(ii) require contractors to submit weekly a copy of all payrolls to the Federal agency contracting for or financing the construction project, accompanied by a signed "Statement of Compliance" indicating that the payrolls are correct and complete and that each laborer or mechanic has been paid not less than the proper Davis-Bacon prevailing wage rate for the work performed. DOL and federal contracting agencies receiving this information review the information to determine that employees have received legally required wages and fringe benefits.

Under the Davis-Bacon and related Acts, the contractor is required to pay not less than prevailing wage, including fringe benefits, as predetermined by the Department of Labor. The contractor's obligation to pay fringe benefits may be met either by payment of the fringe benefits to bona fide benefit plans, funds or programs or by making payments to the covered workers (laborers and mechanics) as cash in lieu of fringe benefits.

Column 3 - Work Classifications: List classification descriptive of work actually performed by each laborer or mechanic. Consult classification and minimum wage schedule set forth in contract specifications. If additional classifications are deemed necessary, see Contracting Officer or Agency representative. An individual may be shown as having worked in more than one classification provided an accurate breakdown or hours worked in each classification is maintained and shown on the submitted payroll by use of separate entries.

Contractors who pay no fringe benefits: If not paying all fringe benefits to approved plans, funds, or programs in amounts of at least those that were determined in the applicable wage decision of the Secretary of Labor, pay any remaining fringe benefit amount to each laborer and mechanic and insert in the "straight time" of the "Rate of Pay" column of the payroll an amount not less than the predetermined rate for each classification plus the amount of fringe benefits determined for each classification in the application wage decision. Inasmuch as it is not necessary to pay time and a half on cash paid in lieu of fringe benefits, the overtime rate shall be not less than the sum of the basic predetermined rate, plus the half time premium on basic or regular rate, plus the required cash in lieu of fringe benefits at the straight time rate. In addition, check paragraph 4(b) of the statement on page 2 the payroll form to indicate the payment of fringe benefits in cash directly to the workers. Note any exceptions in section 4(c).

Ideally suited to undergraduate students with some grounding in classical mechanics, the book is enhanced throughout with learning features such as boxed inserts and chapter summaries, with key mathematical derivations highlighted to aid understanding. The text is supported by numerous worked examples and end of chapter problem sets.

In Maryland, any party who furnishes labor and/or materials of any tier on a construction project are entitled to mechanics lien rights. This also includes design professionals such as architects, engineers, surveyors, and certified interior designers.

Note: the petition to establish a mechanics lien will prompt an order to show cause and a hearing date will be scheduled. You should contact a Maryland construction attorney to help guide you through this process.

No, the petition does not need to be notarized. Maryland requires a court action to be initiated in order for a mechanics lien to attach to the property. Thus, the requirements of any other lawsuit would apply.

A Maryland mechanics lien can only attach to the property through a court action. Generally individuals may represent themselves, but its unlikely a corporation or LLC can proceed without an attorney.

Yes, a mechanics lien may be filed against a project involving a condominium, provided the lien claimant would otherwise have valid lien rights. Repairs to an individual unit attach only to that unit. If the work is performed on common elements, the lien will attach to each unit in proportion to its percentage of interest only if the condo association or governing board authorizes the work.

Once a petition to establish a mechanics lien has been filed, a hearing to show cause will be scheduled within 45 days. If the lien is established, an action to enforce the lien claim must be filed within 1 year after the date the petition was filed. Enforcing a Maryland lien requires filing a Petition to Enforce a Lien.

Maryland mechanics lien statute provides that, at the time of settlement or payment in full between a contractor and an owner the contractor is to give the owner a signed release of lien for lower tier parties. Since the mechanics lien must be initiated through court order, the court will determine the cancellation of the lien upon payment.

In Maryland, any project participant providing labor or materials for a construction project can file a mechanics lien. This includes architects, engineers, surveyors, and certified interior designers. There is no specific party that is considered too removed to file, however, there are some regulations to be aware of. For example, if a property is being repaired rather than newly constructed, mechanics liens are only allowed if the property is being repaired, rebuilt, or improved by at least 15% of its value. Additionally, if a lien claimant is a corporation, it must be registered with the state of Maryland.

Subcontractors, suppliers, and anyone else not in direct contact with the property owner must provide preliminary notice in Maryland before they can file a mechanics lien. They must send the notice to the property owner within 120 days from the last date they provided labor or supplies. General contractors are not required to send a notice before filing a lien in Maryland.

Mechanics liens in Maryland do not have priority over pre-existing mortgages or construction loans. Any encumbrance attached to the property prior to the start of construction will take precedence over a mechanics lien. A Maryland mechanics lien does not attach until formally established by judicial order. Among competing mechanics liens, project participants must share funds depending on the amount available.

The provisions of the Maryland statutes governing mechanics liens can be found in Maryland Code, Real Property 9-101 et. seq. The full text of the Maryland mechanics lien law is provided below. Updated as of September 2021.

(a) Every building erected and every building repaired, rebuilt, or improved to the extent of 15 percent of its value is subject to establishment of a lien in accordance with this subtitle for the payment of all debts, without regard to the amount, contracted for work done for or about the building and for materials furnished for or about the building, including the drilling and installation of wells to supply water, the construction or installation of any swimming pool or fencing, the sodding, seeding or planting in or about the premises of any shrubs, trees, plants, flowers or nursery products, the grading, filling, landscaping, and paving of the premises, the provision of building or landscape architectural services, engineering services, land surveying services, or interior design services that pertain to interior construction and are provided by a certified interior designer, and the leasing of equipment, with or without an operator, for use for or about the building or premises. 041b061a72


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