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I hired a handyman to install spray foam insulation. He was paid in full prior to the project. He verbally told me he would be doing the work, his invoice states he will be doing the work, the invoice is under his name (not a company name). He (without my knowledge) hired another company to do the work. 73 days later this other company came to me door. I gave him the address and phone numbers for my handyman. He stated he wasn’t paid..and I thought it could be a scam. 85 days post install they filed a lien on my property. This was the first time I had the name of the company, and dollar amount. Is this lien valid? No pre-lien notice, they were not authorized to work on my property, my handyman did not have the authority to bring in additional people, and the amount this company charged was well over the expected price. Last, the work has unfinished repairs.

I hired a handyman to install spray foam insulation. He was paid in full prior to the project. He verbally told me he would be doing the work, his invoice states he will be doing the work, the invoice is under his name (not a company name). He (without my knowledge) hired...

If am not directly involved in the bond relationship (neither the insurer or obligee), can I make a bond claim?

I need to know if a party who was not a signatory to the bond contract, but was directly impacted by the negligent actions of the principal, is able to make a claim against the bond.

How do I paid for my labor up to now.

If the homeowner kicked us off property three days ago and for a month now hasn't paid me any money. She has made comment I'm not getting paid till job is done.

How do I proceed in getting a lien filed in this situation?

I am a property owner and hired a GC to work on my property. He took off with the down payment and never paid any subs. I want to put a lien against his property but cannot find the correct selection. We are located in Osage County in Oklahoma.

If you are a prime contractor and your subcontract has a warranty retainage provision for subs with no performance bonds, can you legally hold the warranty retinage (say 10%) from the warranty period on a Federal contract, even if you don’t report the witholdings to the Government

we have a lot of Federal contracts and there has always been this cloud around Federal prompt pay and maintaining subcontractor warranty retainage for the warranty period for non-bonded subs.

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What You Need To Know About Construction Payment in Oklahoma

This page helps you find answers to all of your questions about construction payment in Oklahoma. Learn how documents such as pay applications, notices, contracts, lien waivers, mechanics liens, and more fit into Oklahoma’s construction payment process. Select a document to learn more about how it applies to construction projects in Oklahoma and to see your specific requirements.

It’s essential to exchange these documents when payments are flowing smoothly and when payment problems arise. These resources will help you navigate the payment process, increase visibility and communication, and avoid payment issues. But, if the need arises, they can also help you resolve payment problems and get paid what you earn.

If you need more information or can’t find the answer to a question, you can ask a licensed attorney for free and get a response fast.

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