Notice of Intent to Make Bond Claim Form

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Notice of Intent to Make Bond Claim Form

About Notice of Intent to Make Bond Claim Form

A Notice of Intent to Make Bond Claim is not a required document, but it can be a powerful one. By sending this notice, a claimant can show other parties on the project (1) that payment issues are present; and (2) slow payment or nonpayment will not be tolerated. When utilized, this form should be sent to the nonpaying party, the general contractor, the surety, and/or the awarding authority.

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