Release of Lien
Finish your Release of Lien or Lien Waiver in less than 10 minutes:
To complete your mechanics lien discharge, just answer a few questions, like:
- Your company name and address
- The name of the company you did work for
- The property location.
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Why file a release of lien?
A release of lien (also known as a mechanics lien discharge or lien waiver) generally means that you've been paid, or the lien dispute has otherwise been resolved. Here are some reasons for completing your LienItNow mechanics lien discharge:
- As a condition of payment, the lien usually must be discharged.
- The faster you discharge your lien, the faster you'll receive the payment.
- Failing to discharge a lien after receiving payment can result in penalties.
- Avoid bounced checks by asking for payment before filing a discharge.
- If you are paid, the law may require that you discharge your lien.
Depending on your State's requirements and guidelines on mechanics liens, you will find that a waiver of lien may be just as important as securing the lien itself. Aside from not being able to complete the transaction, failure to provide a discharge on a lien may be against the law and will harm your company in the long run. Filing a discharge entails timeliness. To meet the need for a fast discharge to receive the payment in the shortest time possible, you will need the right tools to aid you.
Here at LienItNow, we keep everything simple with three steps to creating and filing the lien waiver. All you simply have to do is fill in the required information, then sign the documents that follow. We can also help you with other management tasks for your construction business to help you focus on what needs to be done, rather than be preoccupied with handling finances.
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