The Notice must be “lodged for record” within 60 days after the last date that work, services, etc. were provided for which payment is claimed. Once it is lodged for record, it must be served (and apparently received) upon the other recipients within 10 days.
If claimant intends to file notice it must be filed before the final notice. Therefore it must be filed within 90 days of last delivery.
Notice must be received before commencing any work. If given later, notice only covers materials delivered starting on the date the notice is given.
The notice must be received within 20 days after first performance of delivery. If it is given later, it will cover only the materials supplied on or after the date the notice is filed, and the recovery amount will be limited to the amount owing from the contractor to the sub (claimant’s customer) when the notice is given.