Can a contractor place a lien on my home if I did not sign a contract? The answer is yes. Under the Construction Lien Statute, someone who improves real property can place a lien on your property if they are not paid. That is all under the Construction Lien Statute. They do not have to give you a notice to owner. The question then becomes, whenever they try and enforce the lien, as to the amount that they lien the property. If they do not have a contract, and you do not have an agreed-on price, they have to prove the value of the services they put on your property if they try and foreclose the lien. So, in answer to your question, yes they can lien your property.
So if you have any problems with a contractor liening your property, or have any questions about the Construction Lien Statute in Florida, give me a call at 727-847-2288.