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What's a California Release and Waiver (Unconditional)?
When a homeowner or business undergoes remodeling or similar contract work, the customer looks forward to the completion of the work. Once it's done, the contractor needs to be paid, acknowledge that payment, and release the customer from any liens on the property. A California release and waiver (unconditional) releases the contractor from further work and waives any liens the contractor may have on the property once they have been paid in full.