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View Signed Lien Waivers on Project Invoices

 General Availability in Select Markets (United States)
flag-us.png Procore Pay icon-external-link.png with payments powered by Goldman Sachs Transaction Banking (TxB)* is available in the United States. It is designed for General Contractors and Owner-Builders who act as their own General Contractors on a job. Procore Pay extends the Invoice Management icon-external-link.png functionality in the Procore web application to handle the payment process between general and specialty contractors.
 Procore Pay Integrates with the Modernized Subcontractor Invoicing Experience
in Procore Pay, lien wavers are powered by Levelset, a Procore Company. To manage lien waivers with the Invoice Management tools in Procore, your Procore users must be using the modernized subcontractor invoicing experience. 


To view a signed lien waiver on a project invoice.


After a lien waiver is signed by the payee's invoice contact, both invoice administrators and invoice contacts have the option to view the lien waiver.  

Things to Consider


  1. Create a new invoice or open an existing one.

    How do you create a new invoice? The steps you follow in your environment depend on your role and the permissions you've been granted to the Invoice Management tools in the payor's Procore project. See Create a Subcontractor Invoice

  2. In the invoice, scroll to the Lien Waivers card. 
  3. Locate the 'Signed' lien waiver to preview in the table. 
  4. Optional. Download the file as follows:
    • Click the Download icon-download-cloud.png icon. 
    • Click the Attachment link.


      This downloads a PDF copy of the lien waiver to your computer.
      • Where is the downloaded file? Most web browsers save files to a Downloads folder on your computer. To find this location, Procore recommends checking your web browser's settings. You can also search for instructions online or contact your IT department for assistance.
      • Why is the downloaded file opening automatically? Your computer's operating system or your web browser is most likely configured to open PDF files in a specific software program. If you want to change this setting, search for instructions online or contact your IT department for assistance.
      • Why is a 'Certificate of Signature' appended to the file download? If the e-Sign method was used to sign the lien waiver, a 'Certificate of Signature' is appended to the PDF file when you download it. Click here to see an example.

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