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Whether you're undergoing new construction or major remodeling on a home or property, hiring a general contractor to complete the work is part of the process. After all, you're putting one of your most valuable assets in someone else's hands. As an owner during this process, you want to make sure that your ongoing partial payments are acknowledged as received by the contractor. And on the other side, the contractor wants to be sure they're getting paid for the work that has already been done. A good partial release and waiver of liens can do this, outlining the rights and responsibilities of the contractor and the property owner, and explaining what has been accomplished and what still needs to be done. LegalZoom offers an easy-to-use California Partial Release and Waiver of Liens (Conditional) that allows each party to focus on its area of expertise: the owner on their vision for the property and the contractor on the work left to be performed.
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