Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account

Includes:

  • 15-Minute quick consult with attorney
  • Our attorneys prepare the document for free.
  • Formatted to meet county recording requirements.
  • Documents delivered ready for notary, witnesses, and county recorder within 24-hours after your consultation. 

$299

Under Florida law, both a property owner and any contractors or subcontractors hired to make improvements on it have a right to information relevant to the project.

As the property owner, you may need a Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account to obtain details pertinent to a lien that may be placed on the property. A contractor that has been served a Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account must provide the sworn statement of account within 30 days.

The written statement will outline the labor and/or services that were agreed upon, the materials that will be supplied, and a full accounting of what has been paid to the contractor and the remaining funds that will be due per the lienor.

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Under Florida law, both a property owner and any contractors or subcontractors hired to make improvements on it have a right to information relevant to the project.

As the property owner, you may need a Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account to obtain details pertinent to a lien that may be placed on the property. A contractor that has been served a Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account must provide the sworn statement of account within 30 days.

The written statement will outline the labor and/or services that were agreed upon, the materials that will be supplied, and a full accounting of what has been paid to the contractor and the remaining funds that will be due per the lienor.

The demand to the lienor must be served on the lienor at the address (and to the attention) of any person designated to receive the demand as stated in the notice to owner. If a contractor fails to answer the Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account or knowingly provides false information, they forfeit their right to recover attorney fees in any action to enforce the claim of lien of the person requesting the statement of account.

Are you a property owner who needs to serve a Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account? The QuickDeeds.com team is well-versed in Florida laws and statutes as they pertain to the construction industry and offer experienced guidance to make sure that the document you get is the one you need.

Take a moment now to schedule your consultation with one of our attorneys. After the consultation, it takes just 24 hours to get your Florida Request for a Sworn Statement of Account. QuickDeeds.com is your source for accurate, affordable, and speedy legal documents. Make an appointment today!

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