Connecticut Bond Claim Form

Download your
Bond Claim Form

About Connecticut Bond Claim Form

This Connecticut Bond Claim form can be used by subcontractors, suppliers, and equipment lessors that are unpaid on public projects.

If unpaid, to make a claim against the payment bond in Connecticut, you must typically serve a “Notice of Bond Claim” on the surety and the prime contractor who provided the bond within 180 days from your last furnishing of materials and/or labor to the project.

Not being paid on a public project? Fill out the form above and get your free CT Bond Claim form written by licensed construction attorneys. With this Bond Claim form, you can use any PDF editor to edit the document directly or fill it out by hand, and send it to the general contractor and the surety on your construction job.

Connecticut Bond Claim Form

Skip the hassle of filing a Connecticut Bond Claim yourself.

We’re the Bond Claim experts. With us it’s fast, easy, affordable, and done right!
mechanics lien county recorder e-filing.

Connecticut County Recorders

Looking to file/record a mechanics lien in Connecticut? You'll need to get your Connecticut mechanics lien filed and recorded with the county recorder in the county where the construction project is located. Here is a listing of all county recorders in Connecticut. Click on any county to find more information about how to get your lien recorded in that county.

Fairfield
Greenwich Town Clerk
101 Field Point Road
Greenwich, Connecticut, 6830
phone: 203-622-7897
fax:

Hartford
Avon Town Clerk
60 West Main Street
Avon, Connecticut, 06001-3719
phone: 860-409-4311
fax:

Litchfield
New Milford Town Clerk
10 Main Street
New Milford, Connecticut, 6776
phone: 8603556020
fax:

Middlesex
Town Clerk
1 Plains Road
Moodus, CT, Connecticut, 6469
phone: 860-873-5027
fax: 860-873-5042

Windham
Windham Town Clerks Office
979 Main St.
Willimantic, CT 06226
phone: 860-465-3000
fax:

Learn about Contractors near you in Connecticut and How they Pay
CED Greentech
Rating 5.0
F
View
Cushman & Wakefield
Rating 4.0
A
Payment Score
99 / 100
View
Turner Construction
Rating 3.7
C
Payment Score
79 / 100
View
Herc Rentals
Rating 3.0
C
Payment Score
73 / 100
View
See other Lists of Contractors and How to Best Work With Them

FAQs about Connecticut Bond Claim Form

Recent Questions & Answers About Connecticut Bond Claim
Can a subcontractor still file a lien if he is the one who broke contract and quit?

I have a subcontractor attempting to file a lien on my house for partial work before he broke contract and quit the job forcing the...

A mechanics lien on my home

Hello, Here is a series of events. Hired first contractor (Will) to rehab a house. First contractor did not finish job, payment plan with us,...

After certificate of occupancy and additional work is required does prevailing wage rates still apply

Flooring contractor on a Multi family community

filing a lien when the contract was with the property management company and owner already sold home

I am a contractor hired by a property management company that had a written contract to oversee & get a percentage of total remodeling cost....

plans changed enormously after contract to build was signed, can we charge more for the work that has been done

If we did a fixed price construction contract before the plans were finalized, based on a drawing, but the plans were changed 100% by the...

Semi frameless door leave some water on floor, customer no pay, manufacturers says perform as expected

Installed a shower and shower door the customer wanted. The door was semi frameless left some water on the floor. The customer feels he shouldn't...

Ask an expert for free