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What type of conditional waiver should I use if the customer is making a 50% down payment and then 2 additional payments for a project?

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Hello, I am looking to send a Conditional waiver to a customer. I am not sure if I should use the final payment or progress payment. The customer will be paying 50% down and them make 2 smaller payments as the project progresses. The timeline does not match the payments (for example the service is not provide monthly for a monthly fee.)

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Jun 25, 2019
Good question! Generally, if further payments are expected on a job, then a "partial" or "progress" waiver will be more appropriate than a final lien waiver. Final lien waivers are used at the end of a project, and submitting a final waiver indicates that full payment has been made or will be exchanged for the waiver that's been submitted. So, where there are significant amounts to be paid further down the line, a final lien waiver typically won't be appropriate.

For a little more background on Arizona lien waivers, this resource will be valuable: Arizona Lien Waivers Overview. Plus, that page has a breakdown and guide for each type of lien waiver in Arizona - so you can explore how each Arizona lien waiver works and when the document will be most appropriate.
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