Any subcontractor or sub-subcontractor who provides work under a written or an oral agreement can file a bond claim to secure payment on unpaid labor or supplied materials on a public project.
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It is important to know the name of the registered agent or legal representative of the company. If this name is not found, the copies of the lien documents should be sent to the company with attention to the person you know has the highest position.
Yes, you do not have to leave your office to file your liens anymore. Texas Easy Lien now has the capability of notarizing and filing your documents online.
All lien affidavits (construction liens), Sworn Statement of Accounts (document attached to a bond claim), and lien releases must be notarized and filed. Bond Claim Sworn Statement of Accounts are filed with the Surety Company on record, and they should be mailed via Certified Mail with Return Receipt Requested.
All you need is for the signer to have access to a camera and a valid ID. You can use any device with a camera (desktop, tablet, or your phone).
Nothing. Texas Easy Lien will have access to your documents once they are notarized, and we will file them with the county for you.