StateName Lien Waivers: Requirements and Solutions

Lien waiver forms can create challenges for your finance department. Learn how Flexbase can help with StateName lien waivers.

Specific Lien Waiver Forms For StateName Must be Used

There are four types of lien waivers in StateName and a specific form must be used for each:

TO BE USED WHEN PAYMENT HAS NOT BEEN RECEIVED

Conditional lien waiver upon progress payment

TO BE USED WHEN PAYMENT HAS  BEEN RECEIVED

Unconditional lien waiver upon progress payment

TO BE USED WHEN PAYMENT HAS NOT BEEN RECEIVED

Conditional lien waiver upon progress payment

TO BE USED WHEN PAYMENT HAS  BEEN RECEIVED

Unconditional lien waiver upon final payment

Requesting, Sending, and Tracking StateName Lien Waiver Forms Manually?

How many hours per week does your finance team spend on the lien waiver portion of your billing process?

How many emails and phone calls are devoted to lien waivers?

Do you have an extra staff member on hand just to keep up with lien waivers?

If you’re managing subcontractors and using multiple suppliers, how many lien waivers are you gathering for each progress payment request?

How many hours per week does your finance team spend on the lien waiver portion of your billing process?

Are you using spreadsheets to track lien waiver requests and receipts?

Your lien waiver process may be hindering your cash flow.
And human error in lien waiver generation can be costly. Flexbase is the finance superapp solution for construction companies, helping them improve cash flow and get paid faster.

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StateName Lien Waiver FAQs

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This page is intended only for informational purposes. It is not intended to replace the advice of a legal team.  If you have questions about StateName lien waivers or StateName construction lien laws, consult a legal representative.