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Facts About Construction Liens
Fact sheet: Explains the basics of the construction lien law to help consumers protect themselves.

Publication
F625-017-000
 
Waiver of Lien by Contractor, Subcontractor(s) and Supplier

This is a waiver of lien by a contractor or a subcontractor or supplier.



Form
F625-029-000
 
Construction Lien Notice

This form is to be used by suppliers to notify homeowners that they have the ability to file a construction lien against their property if payment is not received.



Form
F625-054-000
 
Construction Lien Summary

General requirements that a lien claimant of a private construction project (not a commercial) must meet. This is intended show the general requirements for most lien claimants.



Form
F625-055-000
 
Robberies and Abusive Customers: Tips for Preventing Injuries-Spanish (Robos y Clientes Abusivos: Consejos para Prevenir Lesiones)

Tips on handling cash and how to have a safer restaurant or retail environment. Get poster printing tips.



Poster
FSP0-919-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
What You Should Know About Hiring a Contractor, Remodeler, or Handyman

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides a checklist for consumers considering hiring a general or specialty construction contractor, reviews the permitting process, and suggests ways to avoid lien problems. Washington State law requires contractors to register with L&I.



Publication
F625-084-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
What You Should Know About Hiring a Contractor, Remodeler, or Handyman - Spanish (Lo que Usted Debe Saber paraContratar a un Contratista, Remodelador o Empleado de Mantenimiento (Handyman))  

Fact sheet: Provides a checklist for consumers considering hiring a general or specialty construction contractor, reviews the permitting process, and suggests ways to avoid lien problems. Washington State law requires construction contractors to register with L&I.



Publication
F625-084-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Crime Victims Compensation Program Termination Report: Form VI

Used by the clinical provider to inform L&I that you are no longer conducting treatment to the client. This must be submitted within 60 days of the client's last session and you are no longer conducting treatment.



Form
F800-085-000
 
Model Disclosure Statement Notice to Customer

This disclosure statement is given to the consumer (customer) from the contractor showing they are registered in the state of Washington. The consumer (customer) signs this form as acknowledgement of receipt.



Form
F625-030-000
 
Contractor Complaint Form

Used by a home owner to file a complaint against a contractor.



Form
F625-033-000
 
What to Do if You Want to File Suit Against Your Construction Contractor

Fact sheet: Provides consumers with general information about the process for filing suit, and describes L&I's limited role in serving Summons & Complaint papers.



Publication
F625-088-000
 
Department of Labor and Industries Home Modification Acknowledgement of Responsibilities

Used by both workers and bidding contractors to read, sign and submit to L&I to verify that they have read, understand and accept their respective responsibilities in the home modification process.



Form
F247-003-000
 





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