Release of Miller Act Claim Form

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About Release of Miller Act Claim Form

On federal construction projects, Miller Act claims take the place of mechanics lien claims to provide protection for unpaid parties. Whenever a claimant has received payment, their Miller Act claim should be released. This release should be sent to the project’s Prime Contractor and the Surety against whom the claim was made.

Release of Miller Act Claim Form

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