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    Texas Affidavit of Completion

    $6.29

    Texas home owners, if you have just completed construction on your home, you must swear an Affidavit of Completion under Section 53.106 of the Texas Property Code.

    • The Affidavit of Completion must be served on the contractor and each sub-trade or supplier that has sent you a notice of lien liability.
    • The form contains a copy of Section 53.106 of the Code, and a Certificate of Delivery to record the details of how the document was served.
    • Subcontractors and other lien claimants have 40 days from the date of completion to file an affidavit claiming a lien.
    • This form is in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.
    • Intended for use only in the State of Texas.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 05-February-2021
    SKU: 8269
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    Texas Bills Paid Affidavit (Progress Payments)

    $6.29

    Make an application for a progress payment under a construction contract by providing the property owner with this Texas Bills Paid Affidavit (Progress Payments).

    • The contractor states that it has met its obligations with respect to the work covered by prior applications for payment.
    • Title to the work for the period covered under this Affidavit will pass to the property owner once the owner has made the progress payment.
    • Buy the form once, and it's yours to use as often as you require.
    This Texas Bills Paid Affidavit (Progress Payments) form is in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.

    Texas Lien Waiver and Release Forms Package

    $17.99

    Texas contractors, prepare your lien releases when required with this package of easy-to-use Texas Contractor Lien Waiver and Release forms.

    This package contains the following forms:
    1. Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment,
    2. Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment,
    3. Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Final Payment, and
    4. Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Final Payment.

    These fill-in-the-blank Lien Waiver and Release Forms have been updated to comply with the January 1, 2012 changes to the Texas lien laws.