Florida statutes provide detailed instructions regarding partial and final waivers and releases of lien. Contractors and subcontractors should be careful what they are signing and must understand the rights they are waiving. This blog provides practical advice for contractors handling waivers and releases, discusses the standard forms and language required by Florida law, and identifies the key issues contractors need to understand.
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