lien release

About 35 years ago I started asking my subcontractors to provide notarized release of lien for each project they worked on for me. I had no idea I would face such a great deal of resistance. The subcontractors complained and moaned, “No one else asks us for notarized lien releases!”

I would explain that if they provided me with a lien release that wasn’t notarized that I could not prove to my customer that the signature on the release was actually theirs.

Little by little, I was able to convince every subcontractor that a lien release is not legal until notarized.

To this very day, we continue to insisted that our subcontractors provide us notarized lien releases.

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