A construction release may mean a couple of things ranging from a termination of a contract to materials release, by which a contractor’s services are terminated by the client and he’s made to sign a lien waiver to waive any right to claims on a house or structure he’s working on and litigation against the client. 

Our website’s Sample Forms for construction release will guide users on the proper way to draft construction release forms that they may be able to use for their own. These are all free for downloading and can be modified or edited to user specifications.

Sample Construction Release Form in PDF

Construction Lien Release Form Example

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Construction Material Release Form

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Construction Waiver and Release Form

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Construction Work Release Form in PDF

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Having an agreement is an important part of a construction process where both parties sign a construction contract. Construction release benefits both contractor and client and must be included to prevent any problems from arising during the course of the work and even after the work is finished. Closely related and even interlinked with a construction release is a construction lien. In fact, our samples include several examples of construction lien waiver forms that is very important for both parties in the agreement. A good example of this is when you need to have a major home improvement or a major repair work done on your house. When hiring a contractor to work on it, it’s very important to know the basics of a construction lien release contract. A lien is used to make a hold on your property in case the contractor has done and completed all the necessary works, but for some reason, you didn’t or refuse to pay the contractor. In this case, the contractor can legally apply for a lien against your property to enforce payment.

Another danger of not having a lien waiver is when the contractor you’ve hired in turn hires a subcontractor to do the work. If for some reason your contractor refuses to pay the subcontractor and his workers, the subcontractor in turn can apply for a lien against your property even if you’ve been regularly paying the contractor. The only way to prevent such things from happening is to hire a licensed, legal contractor to do the work and in your construction agreement, include both a lien waiver and subcontractor lien waiver clause in your contract.For other release forms, please check more on our website or click on the links for Conditional Release Forms and Records Release Forms that users may find helpful and may be able to use for such purposes. These are all free for downloading in both Word Doc and PDF files.

Construction Payment Release Form

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Construction Final Release Form

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Construction Site Visitor Release Form

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A material release form in our samples, meanwhile, may be applicable to machinery or equipment being ordered by the contractor that is being held in lien by either the seller or the bank. When the material release is issued, it acknowledges the payment and satisfaction of all of the seller’s terms stated in the transaction. By accepting the payment, the seller will then have the bank issue the material release on the purchased machinery or equipment, which are then cleared for turn over to the buyer. The machinery or equipment are then handled through a shipper who is tasked with delivering the goods to the contractor.

For even more release forms, please click on samples of Credit Release Forms that can be used by banks and credit agencies to draft their own or for comparison on their own existing credit forms that cover several provisions.

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