Watch: The Florida Lien Process
The amount of construction happening all over Florida makes it the hottest market for builders in the country. Florida also has some great protections to make sure that those doing the work to build those projects get paid.
LienItNow.com's platform helps contractors get paid on every project every time. We provide online construction lien forms, notice to owner and lien related documents specific to Florida to help contractors, sub-contractors, and suppliers secure the payment they need.
Florida construction lien law, Chapter 713 provides the mechanism to get paid for work performed on a construction project, and LienItNow provides the process by which a notice to owner or construction lien is filed.
In three simple steps, complete your Florida construction lien on your own time in only 10 quick minutes. Once a time-consuming process for construction companies, LienItNow.com makes filing a claim faster and easier than ever. LienItNow.com can also help you create bond claims, notice to owner (NTO) and lien releases.
In Florida, liens filed on private property or on funds relating to a public project are known as Construction Liens, and are created by Florida statutes. When a Florida Construction Lien is filed with regard to work performed on privately owned property, it attaches to and encumbers the fee simple ownership of property. Liens in Florida are one of the most effective ways of getting paid on a construction project for labor services or materials provided to improve property. Florida law provides the right to ensure that if labor or materials are provided to improve real property, that the person or company that provided them will be paid the value of the labor or materials; if payment is not made, Florida's construction lien law specifically gives the right to make a claim on the improved property, via the construction lien process.
LienItNow.com prepares, files and serves extensions of mechanics' lien Claims. All lien claims expire after a certain period of time, and filing an extension of the mechanics' lien claim prolongs the expiration date. Florida law, however, does not permit an extension of mechanics' lien claims.