Florida Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien upon Progress Payment

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The Florida Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment is a legal document that applies to construction projects in the state of Florida, under Florida laws.

The signing of this lien waiver by a lienor signifies that they have received the stated partial payment and are therefore releasing their claim to that portion of the established lien.

A Florida Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment will only take effect -and release the portion of the lien in question – when the actual payment has been received.

The execution of this document means that the signor has waived their right to file a mechanics lien for the payment amount listed on the form. However, a future claim can be filed if the remaining funds due remain unpaid.

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The Florida Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment is a legal document that applies to construction projects in the state of Florida, under Florida laws. The signing of this lien waiver by a lienor signifies that they have received the stated partial payment and are therefore releasing their claim to that portion of the established lien.

Florida Statutes do not make a distinction between a conditional waiver (effective upon payment) and an unconditional one (effective upon signing and releases lien rights whether or not payment was actually received). By default, the Florida Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment is an unconditional waiver. However, parties are permitted to modify the language in the waiver to stipulate that the document is conditional, and will not take effect unless and until the payment in question has been made.

The execution of a Florida Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment means that the signor has waived their right to file a mechanics lien for the payment amount listed on the form. However, a future claim can be filed if the remaining funds due remain unpaid.

It is important to note that a lienor may not waive their right to claim a lien in advance and that any such waiver would be invalid. In addition, a lien right can only be waived to the extent of the materials, labor, and/or services provided.

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