The preliminary notice must be received within 30 days of 1st performance. NOTE: This notice is only required if the claimants contract is with a 1st or 2nd tier subcontractor.
A preliminary notice is not required.
This notice is only required on single-family residential construction projects, and needs to be sent only by subcontractors, material suppliers and design professionals not in privity with the owner.
An interim notice is not required.
Within 90 days of last performance of labor or last delivery date of materials.
File within 90 days of last delivery or last date of performance of labor and must not be given before final performance.
Against Real Property:
Within the earlier of 180 days from the date of filing the lien, or 90 days after filing (by the owner, contractor, or their agent or attorney) of a Notice of Contest of Lien.
Against Leased Property:
Against the Bond:
More than 90 days but less than 1 year after the claimant last performed labor or last supplied material.
On Private Projects:
Suppliers to suppliers do not have lien rights.
On Public Projects:
The claim is limited to the unpaid contract price at the time the first notice of lien is filed.
Yes. This is a full price lien state.