The notice must be received within 120 days of last delivery of materials or last date of performance of labor.
A preliminary notice is not required.
Within 180 days of last delivery of materials or date of last performance of labor.
Within 90 days of claimant’s last furnishing of labor or material.
The notice must be received more than ten days after the contractor has received payment from the state.
The final notice is itself actually a petition to establish lien, filed with the court. The right to enforce the lien expires one year after the petition to establish the lien was filed.
More than 90 days but less than one year of final acceptance of the work performed under the contract.
On Private Projects:
Suppliers to suppliers do not have lien rights.
On Public Projects:
The claim is limited to the amount of the unpaid contract funds owed by the owner to the general contractor at the time the claimant gives the preliminary notice.
Yes. This is a full price lien state.