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AIA Contract Documents has developed a limited number of Sworn Construction Statements and Lien Waiver and Release forms that might be used in specific states. These forms are usually submitted by a contractor and their subcontractors when requesting payment for work performed on a project. Walk away with information on how these new forms are used, why they are required on construction projects, and the distinctions between varying types of lien waiver and release forms.
It is important to consult with an attorney to determine which new AIA Contract Documents form is suitable for your needs.
For more information on these new forms, see our Important Considerations for Sworn Construction Statements and Lien Waver and Release Forms.
Related AIA Contract Documents State-Specific Lien Waiver and Release Forms:
Several states regulate Lien Waiver and Release forms and require that a specific form be used on projects in that state. Depending on the jurisdiction of your project, governing law may require specific content and formatting within these documents. If your project is located in the states listed below, consider using an AIA Contract Documents state-specific form. It is important to consult with an attorney to determine which form is suitable for your needs.