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  • Assignment of Mortgage Ė Absolute

    This Assignment of Mortgage is between the party assigning the mortgage (assignor) and the party to whom the mortgage will be assigned (assignee). This assignment effectively sets forth all the assignment terms including the original parties to the mortgage, date signed and mortgage recording information. This Assignment of Mortgage must be signed by the assignor and assignee in the presence of witnesses.

  • Change Order Form

    This Change Order Form in effect sets out that an existing order has been changed. This form provides pertinent information including the change order number, name of the client or project and the location. Specific changes to the order are set out in detail along with an estimated price changes. This Change Order Form must be signed by both parties to the transaction.

  • Contractor Proposal Agreement

    This Contractor Proposal Agreement sets out a proposal to a client. This agreement includes the name of the contractor, the project and the estimated time and cost of the project. This Contractor Proposal Agreement also contains a list of other projects which the contractor has successfully completed.

  • Contractor's Lien

    Contractor's Liens (also known as Supplier or Mechanic's Liens) are used by contractors or subcontractors to secure a claim against a property on which they have worked and have not been paid. Filing a contractor's lien will ensure that the property owner pays all parties for the work which was performed. This lien remains in effect until paid in full.

  • Contractor's Release and Waiver of Liens

    This Contractorís Release and Waiver of Liens will effectively release or waive a lien against a property. This release sets out the name of contractor and client, date of the contract and the location of the premises. This release further acknowledges that full payment has been received and all liens have been satisfied. This Release and Waiver of Liens must be signed and dated by the contractor in the presence of a witness.

  • Discharge of Mortgage

    This Discharge of Mortgage sets forth that a particular mortgage has been paid in full and released from the property. This form sets out the mortgage date and amount, the identity of the party to whom mortage payments were made (mortgagee) and recording information. This Discharge of Mortgage must be executed in the presence of two witnesses and a notary public.

  • Easement and Right of Way Agreement

    Easement and Right of Way Agreements are used when one property owner grants another owner the right to cross their property. This agreement sets out the specific property addresses and the type of easement allowed (i.e., driveway or monument). It also sets out if any payment will be made for use of the right of way.

  • General Contractor Agreement

    This General Contractor Agreement is between a company and a general contractor to perform work and furnish materials for a specific project. This scope of this project is described in an exhibit to this agreement. This agreement sets forth the names of the parties, the term of the agreement and the payment for services and expenses. This General Contractor Agreement clearly spells out that the contractor is an independent contractor and not an employee of the company.

  • General Contractor Amendment Agreement

    This General Contractor Amendment Agreement will effectively amend an existing General Contractor Agreement. This amendment sets forth the parties to the original agreement, the agreement date and the detailed list of amendments or changes. This General Contractor Amendment Agreement must be signed by the parties to the original agreement.

  • Mechanic's Lien

    This Mechanicís Lien is filed by a contractor who has supplied labor and materials for a project on a certain property and has not been paid. This lien sets out the name of the claimant, the legal description of the property, the amount of payment and interest due and a description of the work performed. It also sets out the name of the present owners of the property on which the lien will attach. This Mechanicís Lien must be signed by the claimant in the presence of a notary and recorded in the county where the property is located.

  • Mechanicís Lien Release Form

    Mechanic's Lien Releases are used to verify that there are no current liens against a property or project. This release sets out the property location and identification of the contractor and any subcontractors.

  • Real Estate Sale Agreement

    Real Estate Sales Agreements are used by property owners when selling their real estate or land. These agreements include those for cash, seller financing or when an individual assumes an existing loan. Many real estate sales agreements necessitate that the buyer sign a promissory note as well.

  • Subcontractor Agreement

    This Subcontractor Agreement is a written agreement between a general contractor and a subcontractor. This agreement sets forth the scope of work the subcontractor will perform, term of the agreement and payment and expenses provisions. This Subcontractor Agreement also sets forth that the subcontractor is an independent contractor and not an employee.

  • Subcontractor Amendment Agreement

    This Subcontractor Amendment Agreement will effectively amend an existing Subcontractor Agreement. This amendment sets out the names of the parties, the date of the original agreement and a detailed list of the provisions to be changed or amended. This Subcontractor Amendment Agreement must be signed and dated by both general contractor and subcontractor.

  • Supplier's Lien aka Contractor's Lien aka Mechanic's Lien

    Supplier's Lien (aka Contractor's or Mechanic's Liens) are used to ensure that all contractors are paid for work performed on a specific property. This lien remains on the property until all contractors are paid in full by the property owner.