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PRIVATE:

A preliminary notice is not required unless there is a past due balance. If there is a balance, it must be given while there are still unpaid contractor funds.

PUBLIC:

A preliminary notice is not required.

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PRIVATE:

During the construction or within 90 days after com­pletion or termination of the project, whichever is earlier.

PUBLIC:

Within 90 days of the date of last delivery of materials or performance of labor.

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PRIVATE:

Within 180 days after recording notice of intent. Within 10 days of filing suit, the claimant must also file a notice of pendency of action.

PUBLIC:

More than 90 days after last supplying labor and materi­als, but less than one year after final performance.

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A. Do Suppliers to Suppliers Have Lien or Bond Claim Rights?

On Private Projects:

 

On Public Projects:

B. Is this a Full Price Lien State:

On Private Projects:

No.  The claim is limited to the amount unpaid to the general at the time the claimant gives the final notice.

On Public Projects:

Yes.  This is a full price lien district.