Kentucky Statement of Furnishing, Public Work
Statement of Furnishing-Public Work
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Document Title: Statement of Furnishing Labor, Materials or Equipment
Scope: State of Kentucky, Public Works, All Public Claims
Important: Kentucky provides for two type of claims against public works depending if the property is privately or publicly held. This form may be suited to establish your claim in either case, but be sure to follow the correct proceeds for filing of your lien and bond claims. See the Kentucky Bond or Lien Claim, Public Work, memos for the appropriate action.
Time Constraints: To properly reserve a lien on state funds, a Kentucky Statement of Furnishing must be filed with the County Clerk's office before or immediately after the first furnishing of labor, materials or services. A copy of the Statement of Furnishing attested by the Clerk's Office must be then immediately served by certified mail or personal service on the owner or owner's authorized agent.
Payment Bond: Recovery on payment bonds is not covered by Kentucky statutes. You will have to obtain a copy of the bond, if any, to find its terms and conditions. The Statement of Furnishing will request this information.
Information Requirements: The information required by program and whether you intend to send an owner cover letter.
Form Types: Statement of Furnishing Labor, Materials Or Equipment, Exhibits A-D (if needed), Owner Letter (if used) and Recorder's Office letter.
Procedures: Enter the program data, including Additional Legal Parties or Releases for Other Companies. File with The County Clerk's (Recorder's) office of the county where the project is located. Copies of all of the attested (that is, stated with the County Clerk's stamp) forms (less the Owner Cover Letter and the Recorder Letter) must be sent to all public entities. Sending a copy to all general contractors, all lenders, all sureties or your customer is optional.
When in doubt, file lien claim immediately.
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