Getting paid on construction projects in Florida, much like many other states, isn’t always the easiest process in the world. However, construction law in Florida is less complicated than the construction law in other states. This makes the process a little simpler and grants contractors and suppliers in the Sunshine State strong lien rights in the event of nonpayment.

There are still rules and regulations that must be followed, though. This page is the home-base for articles about construction law in Florida. Here, you can find articles that help you with mechanics liens, notices to owner (preliminary notices), lien waivers, bond claims, and more. You can also find helpful articles about legal updates so you can stay up-to-date with the latest changes to construction payment in Florida.

If you can’t find the information you’re looking for here, you can always ask a question at the Expert Center for free. After you ask your question, you’ll get a thorough response from a construction attorney to help you with you payment issues or concerns in Florida. You can also take a look at our Construction Payment Resources page for Florida, where you’ll find downloadable copies of any construction notice you may need on a Florida project. There are also links to other resources and guides to Florida construction law.

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