Florida Notice of Contest of Claim Against Payment Bond

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According to Florida law, a Florida Notice of Contest of Claim against a Payment Bond can be used by a contractor (or their legal representative) to dispute their demand for payment for labor, services, or materials. This document can also be utilized by the contractor or their attorney to shorten the time allotted to commence a claim against a payment bond. It’s important to note that certain steps must be taken by the lienor before filing a Florida Notice of Contest of Claim Against Payment Bond: both a Notice to Contractor and a Notice of Nonpayment must be filed beforehand. After being served with the notice, the lienor must respond within 60 days with a suit to enforce their claim against the payment bond or their claim will be extinguished automatically.

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According to Florida law, a Florida Notice of Contest of Claim against a Payment Bond can be used by a contractor (or their legal representative) to dispute their demand for payment for labor, services, or materials. This document can also be utilized by the contractor or their attorney to shorten the time allotted to commence a claim against a payment bond.

It’s important to note that certain steps must be taken by the lienor before filing a Florida Notice of Contest of Claim Against Payment Bond: both a Notice to Contractor and a Notice of Nonpayment must be filed beforehand. After being served with the notice, the lienor must respond within 60 days with a suit to enforce their claim against the payment bond or their claim will be extinguished automatically.

Also of note is the window of time – determined by Florida law - to initiate an action against the contractor or against the surety on the bond. This timeframe is one year from the last date on which labor, services, or materials are furnished by the lienor. Exceeding this time limit will likely result in the invalidation of the lienor's claim.

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