Request for Information from Subcontractor in Texas Construction Contracts– Fort Worth, Texas Construction Attorneys

[ (1) Date]
____________________ RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED
RE: (3)
The undersigned (4) the above-referenced project. Pursuant to Section 53.159(c) of the Texas
Property Code, we request that you provide us with the following information within 10 days after receipt of this request:
(1) The name and last known address of each person from whom you purchased labor or materials for the
project, other than those materials which were furnished by you from your own inventory.
(2) The name and last known address of each person to whom you furnished labor or materials for the
construction project.
(3) Whether a payment bond has been provided by or to you on this project, and if so, the name and last
known address of the surety and a copy of the bond.
In the event you fail to furnish the above-requested information, you may be liable for the undersigned’s
reasonable and necessary costs incurred in procuring the requested information.
By: (6)
* * * * *
(1) Date of request.
(2) Name and address of subcontractor.
(3) Project.
(4) Fill in as applicable:
(a) is the owner of
(b) is the original contractor on
(c) is the surety which bonded the original contractor for
(d) has furnished work under your subcontract on.
(5) Your company.
(6) Officer of your company.


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