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We filed a lien against a project our customer owes us on. Customer sent a Unconditional Final Waiver of Mechanics Lien and Claim for us to complete without being paid. They stated they can't get paid without these documents and once they are paid they will pay us. Here's the wording in question: Furthermore, the undersigned certifies to Owner as of the date hereof (i) the work to be performed by the undersigned in connection with this project (including all approved change and extra work orders) is complete; and (ii) upon payment in full of the above referenced Invoice Number the undersigned has been paid all amounts due to in connection with the project (including all approved change and extra work orders). Does that mean they will pay us even after we release the lien?