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    Florida Claim of Lien

    $12.49

    Enforce your lien claim for a construction or renovation job with this Florida Claim of Lien form, pursuant to Section 713.08 of the Florida Statutes.

    • Contractors, subcontractors and suppliers can use this form to claim a lien for unpaid invoices with respect to goods, labor and/or services provided for improvements to the property.
    • The form includes a copy of Section 713.08 which sets out how a lien claim must be filed.
    • Buy the form once, and it's yours to use as often as you require.
    • Don't risk not getting paid because you didn't file on time. Buy, download and complete the form, file your claim, and breathe easier.
    • This Claim of Lien form is intended for use only in the State of Florida.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 03-April-2020
    SKU: 6898
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    Florida Notice to Owner

    $12.49

    Section 713.06(2)(a) of the Florida Statutes requires lienors to give notice to a property owner with this Notice to Owner form as a prerequisite to perfecting their lien for a construction or renovation project.

    • The form conforms with the requirements of the Statutes and includes all the required information.
    • The template also includes a copy of the relevant section of the Statutes, for your reference.
    • Once you purchase the form, you can use it as often as you like. There are no additional license fees or other charges.

    If you're a contractor or supplier, you need the Florida Notice to Owner form. Download yours today.

    Florida Notice of Contest of Lien

    $6.29

    File a dispute to a lien claim against your property with this Florida Notice of Contest of Lien form.

    • The Notice must be prepared and served by the property owner to contest a lien claim filed by a contractor or subcontractor for work or materials supplied for improvements to the property.
    • The Notice of Contest form includes a copy of the relevant portion of Section 713.22 of the Florida Statues, which explains how to properly make and serve the Notice.

    You can't afford to pay twice for construction or renovation expenses. Stand up for your rights - get the Florida Notice of Contest of Lien form today.

    Florida Request for Sworn Statement of Account

    $6.29

    Protect yourself against lien claim lawsuits with this Request for Sworn Statement of Account form for the State of Florida.

    • The party making the request (such as a property owner, surety, etc.) can request a written statement of account from a contractor, with details of all labor and materials provided, and all payments made up to a specified date.
    • The form includes a copy of Section 713.16 of the Florida Statutes.
    • Buy the form once, and it's yours to use as often as you require.

    This Florida Request for Sworn Statement of Account template is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to download, fill in and print.

    Florida Notice of Nonpayment

    $6.29

    Give notice that you have not been paid for labor or materials for a construction project with this Notice of Nonpayment form for Florida subcontractors and suppliers.

    • The Notice is given to the general contractor and the surety in accordance with Section 255.05, 337.18, 713.23 or 713.245, in order to recover payment under a surety bond.
    • This Notice of Nonpayment form is for lien claimants who are not in privity (i.e. are not dealing directly) with the owner of the project.
    • The form must be served by certified mail, return receipt requested.
    • This is a reusable legal form. Buy, download, use it as often as you require.

    Get your copy of the Florida Notice of Nonpayment form - just add it to your cart, check out and download. It's that easy.

    Florida Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien (Progress Payment)

    $6.29

    Issue an Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien following a progress payment from a property owner with this downloadable template form for Florida.

    • The contractor unconditionally releases its lien rights or claims for payment with respect to labor, services or materials provided for improvements to the owner's property, up to the date of the progress payment.
    • This is an unconditional release.
    • This is a reusable legal form. Buy the form, download it, and it's yours to use as often as you require.

    You can download the Florida Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien (Progress Payment) as soon as your purchase goes through. Just add it to your cart and check out.