If you've provided labor, materials or equipment to a construction or renovation project, you have a lien interest that you need to preserve. Download these easy Lien Forms for Georgia contractors, subtrades, laborers and suppliers.
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Are you still waiting for payment on a construction job even though you provided the owner with a lien waiver and release? It's time to swear and file this Georgia Affidavit of Nonpayment.
The Affidavit is made under Section 44-14-366 (Chapter 44, Title 14) of the State Code.
The contractor attests that it has not been paid for labor or materials furnished for construction of improvements on the owner's property.
The form includes a copy of Chapter 44, Title.....
File a lien claim for unpaid invoices for labor, services or materials you provided with this Georgia Claim of Lien form.
This lien claim form can be used by prime contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, mechanics, architects, engineers, foresters and surveyors.
The lien claimant claims a lien for goods, labor and/or services provided for construction, improvements or repairs to the property identified in the claim.
The form contains relevant sections of the.....
Once a construction or renovation project is completed, contractors in Georgia must provide the property owner with this Contractor's Final Affidavit and Waiver of Liens.
The affidavit states that all payments for supplies, labor or materials furnished for the improvements have been paid, EXCEPT FOR the amount of the final payment.
The work has been performed in accordance with the contract, and the contractor has obtained a valid certificate of occupancy.
This package of Georgia Lien Waiver and Release Forms contains all the forms you need to release your lien rights each time you receive a payment:
Contractor Interim Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Payment, to be used whenever you receive a progress payment for labor or materials supplied for the site.
Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Final Payment.
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File a lien claim against a vehicle for unpaid repair bills or storage fees with this Georgia Mechanic's Lien form.
Mechanics can use this form to claim a lien for work and materials for repairs on the vehicle identified in the claim.
The lien form can also be used by storage facilities for unpaid vehicle storage fees.
The document template includes relevant sections of the Official Code of Georgia which sets out the requirements for making, filing and serv.....
Give notice to mortgage lenders and other interested parties of improvements you are doing to your property with this Georgia Notice of Commencement, under Section 44-14-361.5 of the Georgia Code.
The Notice of Commencement contains the following information:
the date on which the construction, improvements or renovations on the property will begin,
information about the contractor, the surety, and the guarantor and
a description of the work to be performe.....
Preserve your lien rights for labor, services or materials for improvements to a real estate property with this Georgia Notice to Contractor by Claimant without Privity of Contract.
This Notice must be served on the prime contractor and the property owner in accordance with O.C.G.A. Sect. 44-14-361.5.
The Notice can be used by subcontractors or suppliers who are not parties to the original contract.
The form includes a copy of Section 44-14-361.5 which sets .....
File this Georgia Preliminary Notice of Lien Rights before filing a lien claim for work or materials supplied for construction or improvements to a property, pursuant to OCGA Section 44-14-361.3.
If you opt to file the Preliminary Notice with the superior court, you must file a Cancellation after final payment has been made by the property owner. The
Cancellation form is included. The Preliminary Notice also contains relevant sections of the OCGA dealing with m.....