Representing manufacturers, distributors, installers, contractors and others in serving notices under Florida’s Lien & Bond Statutes in order to secure payment for labor and materials.
Some examples include:
Notice to Owner:
- Statutory notice required by Florida Statutes Ch. 713 to protect lien rights of sub-contractors and materialmen who have not entered into a direct contract with the owner.
Notice to Contractor:
- Statutory notice required by Florida Statutes CH. 713 to protect rights to collect on a payment bond for sub-contractors and materialmen who have not entered into a direct on tract with the owner.
- Statutory lien provided by Florida Statutes to protect the rights of manufacturers, distributors and installers.Once a lien has been recorded it places a lien on the real property where the labor and/or materials were supplied preventing financing or a sale until the lien is satisfied or released. A lawsuit can then be filed to foreclose on the lien and force a sale of the property if necessary.
Notice of Non-Payment:
- Statutory notice required by subcontractors or manufacturers in order to protect and secure a claim against a construction bond on a public or private job.