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Your home or property is one of your most important assets. Part of the stress of owning property is dealing with finances, especially when you've agreed to pay the contractor in full for the work to be done. How can you be sure that the contractor has recognized being paid in full and will now finish the job On the other side, the contractor also wants assurances that they'll be paid for completing the project. One way to protect and make both parties happy is to have a solid release and waiver of liens. This form outlines the rights and responsibilities of the contractor and the property owner, and confirms what has been accomplished and what has been paid. LegalZoom offers an easy-to-use California Release and Waiver of Liens on Full Payment (Conditional) that assures both owner and contractor that the project has been completed, no further payments are required, and no liens remain in place.
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