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Illinois Unconditional Waiver and Release of Mechanic Lien

Illinois Unconditional Waiver and Release of Mechanic's Lien

Under 770 ILCS 60, Illinois' Mechanic's Lien act, lien waivers are a type of document used between a contractor (including a sub or general) and a property owner to induce or encourage final or partial payments in exchange for forfeiting the claimant's right to a mechanic's lien.

Contractors may use this form to waive and release a right to a mechanic's lien. A contractor waives and releases its lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services, or materials on a construction project described in the document.

Contact an attorney with questions about an unconditional waiver and release, or any other issues related to mechanic's liens in Illinois.

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Illinois Unconditional Waiver and Release of Mechanic Lien Form