Florida Construction Liens and Bonds: Beware of the Notice to Owner/Notice to Contractor Requirement (FL)

Florida construction lien and bond law is filled with many requirements that must be strictly followed and that are strictly construed by Florida courts. Indeed, the Florida Construction Lien Law of Chapter 713 of the Florida Statutes, governing private construction projects, is designed to help ensure payment for work performed and to protect owners from paying for work more than once.   Read the article………….


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