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Florida Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien upon Final Payment

Lien waivers or releases are used to surrender the right to a lien, either in full or in part depending on the type of lien release form selected. Florida's Construction Lien Law authorizes statutory waivers at 713.20 Fla. Stat. (2016).

Under 713.20(5), lienors may waive, on condition of payment, a lien they already filed against the owner's interest in the improved property. The release contains information about the lienor, the customer, the property owner, the property description, the payment amount, and a date to finalize the work covered by the waiver.

Each case is unique, so contact an attorney with specific questions on lien waivers or any other issues related to Florida Construction Liens.

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