Request for Copy of Miller Act Bond Form

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If you’re working on a federal construction project, you’re legally entitled to receive a copy of the Miller Act Bond. All you have to do is ask! Unfortunately, federal construction projects are not immune from payment issues. However, thanks to the Miller Act, many federal projects will have a payment bond in place to protect the subcontractors, material suppliers, and others from non-payment and other payment risks.

Download this form and send it to the prime contractor on the project. By law, they will have to respond to you.

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