Notice of Intent to Make Retainage Claim Form

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This is not a required document in any state, however, it can still be effective to speed up payments. By sending this notice, a claimant can show that they mean business – if excessive retention continues to be an issue on the project, the claimant will not sit idly by.

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General Contractor holding payments

Im a subcontractor. We have been on a job since April. The last progress payment we recieved was in November. The job is 99% complete. We have a few minor items to touch up, We are waiting on the materials to come in from Mexico. The owner & GC are aware. The GC has been holding payments back from...

Wat is time limit on retainsge money. Wen can I demand my retsinsge fee from customer

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what is the regulation regarding retainage on actual materials purchased?

In Florida, I read the private projects are not regulated for retainage practices. As such, we have only been withholding retainage on the actual labor portion. If we buy materials-not thru a sub-contract, we do not hold retainage as this is pass thru cost. Now we have a customer that is fighting...

Multiple questions about filing liens in Colorado

I have several invoices outstanding for project management I performed for a general contractor across multiples sites, so I'm working on filing a lien for the value of the time I spent working on each project against each corresponding property. Can I file two lines on one property? One would...

on a Design-Build contract, does retention apply to the Design phase (prof. services) or just the CONSTRUCTION phase?

I'm managing a Design Build Public contract that allows for 5% retention. the work is set up in 2 phases, phase 1 is design with some early works/preconstruction and phase 2 is construction. I'd like to know if retainage can be withheld on the phase 1 (professional services/designer/architect) work...

Do we still have lien rights if the company undergoes a name change?

Our previous company filed preliminary notices and retention billings for multiple contracts last year. However, as of January 2023, our company completed a name change. Do we still have legal rights regarding the preliminary notices filed under our previous company if the retention was also filed...

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