Release of Miller Act Claim Form

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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.

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