Rhode Island Bond Claim (Little Miller Act) Overview

It’s easy to file and manage your Rhode Island bond claims with zlien, the industry’s only all-in-one bond claim and security rights management platform. Get complete control over your bond claim rights on a state, county, or municipal project, by using intelligent technology. To learn more about Rhode Island’s bond claim laws and requirements, read the frequently asked questions below.

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Rhode Island
Preliminary Notice Deadlines
None / not applicable.

Rhode Island

Bond Claim Deadlines
None / not applicable.

Rhode Island

Preliminary Notice Deadlines
None / not applicable.

Rhode Island

Bond Claim Deadlines
90 Days For those who did not contract with the prime, must file a bond claim with the prime contractor within 90 days of last furnishing labor or materials to the project (good practice for those who did contract with prime as well). Enforcement lawsuit must be filed within 2 years of the same last furnishing date, or under the maximum time limit as contained within any labor or material payment bond, whichever period is longer.

Rhode Island

Preliminary Notice Deadlines
None / not applicable.

Rhoda Island

Bond Claim Deadlines
90 Days
For those who did not contract with the prime, must file a bond claim with the prime contractor within 90 days of last furnishing labor or materials to the project (good practice for those who did contract with prime as well). Enforcement lawsuit must be filed within 2 years of the same last furnishing date, or under the maximum time limit as contained within any labor or material payment bond, whichever period is longer.