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    Texas Contractor's List of Subcontractors and Suppliers

    $2.29

    Texas contractors, make sure you comply with State laws by serving a home owner with this Contractor's List of Subcontractors and Suppliers before starting construction.

    • This Notice must be issued by a contractor to a property owner with respect to a construction or renovation project, to make the owner aware of all subcontractors and suppliers who will be providing work or materials for the project.
    • State law requires you to keep this notice up to date, and to re-serve the owner if there are changes to the information. Luckily, you can use this digital form as often as you require.

    Get your copy of the Texas Contractor's List of Subcontractors and Suppliers so you can fulfill your legal obligations to the home owner.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 14-April-2016
    SKU: 7249
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    Texas Contractor's / Lender's Initial Disclosure Statement

    $12.49

    TX contractors, you are required by the Texas Property Code to provide this Contractor's ⁄ Lender's Initial Disclosure Statement to a property owner before beginning work on a residential construction project.

    • The Disclosure Statement informs the property owner of their rights, responsibilities and risks in building or renovating a home.
    • It also offers guidelines as to what the owner should do to protect him/herself.
    • Buy the form once, download it, and use it as often as you require.

    Make sure you comply with the law. Download your copy of the Texas Contractor's ⁄ Lender's Initial Disclosure Statement form.

    Texas Contractor's Disbursement Disclosure for Residential Construction

    $12.49

    The Texas Property Code requires contractors to provide property owners with this Contractor's Disbursement Disclosure for Residential Construction (Consumer Owned) before disbursing the funds.

    • The disclosure statement lists the bills that have been paid for work performed on the project as well as the bills that have not yet been paid.
    • This disclosure must be provided to the owner before each and every payment to the contractor out of the funds.
    • This form is only for residential consumer-owned properties, not for commercial projects.

    Once you purchase the Texas Contractor's Disbursement Disclosure for Residential Construction form, you can use it over and over again. Cheaper than pre-printed forms, save on printing costs.