If it is the owner who is asking, that would be an emphatic yes. An owner has a very vested interest in who the subcontractors and suppliers are to the general contractor. Under the Florida Lien Law, if the general contractor fails to pay a supplier or subcontractor, then the owner may have to pay if the subcontractor or supplier files proper notices. In fact, the State has developed a law that the owner has the right, at any time, to request in writing a list of all subcontractors and suppliers who have a contract with the general contractor. By law, the general contractor is required to furnish the requested list within ten days of receipt of the request.
Must a General Contractor Reveal Who He is Using for Subcontractors and Material Suppliers?
By Cheryl Foley| 2013-09-19T13:15:22+00:00 September 19th, 2013|Surety Blog|Comments Off on Must a General Contractor Reveal Who He is Using for Subcontractors and Material Suppliers?