Progress Billing Example

Progress Billing Example

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Progress Billing Example


UNCONDITIONAL FINAL WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIENS AND CLAIMS
OWNER: Business X, LLC.
PROJECT NAME: PRIORITY MANAGEMENT
For and in exchange of the sum of $, the sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the undersigned Contractor, subcontractor, consultant, materialmen or laborer (hereinafter the “Undersigned”) warrants and represents as follows:

(1) The Undersigned has been employed by Business X, LLC. to furnish labor, materials, or services in connection with the construction of improvements on or to the above referenced project.

(2) The Undersigned has performed all labor, materials, or services required under its Contract, Subcontract or Purchase Order in full compliance with all terms and conditions thereof, and all applicable plans and specifications.
(3) Any and all contractors, subcontractors, laborers, suppliers and materialmen that have provided labor, material, or other services to the Undersigned for use or incorporation into the construction of the improvements to the Project have been paid in full for all amounts due and owing to them on the Project, or shall be promptly paid in full from the proceeds of the payment referenced above and there are no outstanding claims of any character arising out of or related to the Undersigned’s activities on or improvements to the Project. If this Waiver is signed by the Prime Contractor, then attached hereto as Exhibit A is a complete list of all subcontractors and suppliers retained by such party as of the date of this Waiver.
(4) The Undersigned waives and releases any and all liens, lien rights, claims of liens, and any other claims for payment for labor, material or equipment of any type or description that it may have against the Owner, the Owner’s Project Manager, the Owner’s Engineering Consultant, the Architect for the Project, the Prime Contractor (if this Waiver is signed by a subcontractor or supplier) and/or any person with a legal or equitable interest in Project, arising out of or in any fashion related to, any labor, materials or services furnished by, through or under the Undersigned on, or used in connection with, the Project, without exception.
(5) This Final Waiver and Release constitutes a representation by the Person signing this document, for and on behalf of the Undersigned, that the payment referenced above constitutes full and complete payment for all work performed and costs or expense incurred (including, but not limited to, costs for supervision, field office overhead, home office overhead, interest on capital, profit and general conditions cost) by, through or under the Undersigned relative to the work of improvements at the Project, including all retainage. More specifically, the Undersigned hereby waives, quitclaims, and releases any claim of damages due to delay, hindrance, interference, acceleration, inefficiencies or extra work, or any other claims of any kind it may have against the Prime Contractor (if this Waiver is signed by a subcontractor or supplier), the Owner, the Owner’s Project Manager, the Owner’s Engineering Consultant, the Architect for the Project, and/or any other person or entity with legal or equitable interest in the Project.
IN WITNESS WHEROF, the person signing this document, acting for or on behalf of the Undersigned and all of its employees, subcontractors, laborers, suppliers and materialmen, executes this document this _________ day of _____________________ , 20_______ .
By:________________________
Title: _______________________________
This instrument was executed and acknowledged before me on this ____________ day of ___________________, 20___ , by _________________________ , on behalf of said entity.
Notary Public


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