Alabama Final Conditional Lien Waiver Form

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This al final conditional waiver (also called a final conditional lien release) should be used when the final payment for a project is expected but has yet to be received on a project in the state of al. Signing this waiver signifies that no further payments are expected following the payment described in the waiver.

This al lien waiver form is “conditional” on the receipt of the payment and will be invalid if payment is not received. Because of this condition, it’s ok to use if payment has not yet been received.

Pro tip: If payment has already been received in full, an “unconditional” waiver may be more appropriate.

Complete the form on the right to download your Free Alabama Final Conditional Lien Waiver Form template that can be filled out with a PDF editor or by hand after printing. Use this template to easily send a final conditional lien release in a construction project in al.

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