If you're a construction contractor, you can use a Certificate of Final Completion to certify that a project you are responsible for has been finished. This document states that you have concluded work on a specific construction contract, so that you are no longer responsible for last-minute changes or attempted negotiations. A Certificate of Final Completion provides you with a paper trail for your own records.
A Certificate of Final Completion specifies the main parties of the construction project (such as the owner of the building, contractor, and architectural/engineering firm), and states when construction began, the final date that major work on the project was completed, and the final construction cost paid and owed to the contractor. A lender or housing authority may require a Certificate of Final Completion before releasing final payment to the contractor, or sending an inspector to review the property. You can also use a Certificate of Final Completion to document the acceptance of the final work, and the start date of the warranty period on the project.
Other names for this document: Construction Certificate of Completion
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