The notice should be given before completion of claimants work or delivery of materials.
A preliminary notice is not required.
Within 6 months of the date of last delivery or performance of labor. NOTE: The Formal Notice to Owner must be given at least 30 days prior.
Within 90 days of the date of last delivery of materials or performance of labor.
Within two years after filing lien claim, unless owner gives extension in writing.
More than 90 days after last furnishing labor or materials, but within 1 year after cause of action accrues.
On Private Projects:
Suppliers to suppliers do not have lien rights.
On Public Projects:
NOTE: This is for all private projects where the subcontractor has notice of the contract amount, or where the general contract is filed with prothonotary.
Subcontractors’ lien claims will be limited to their pro-rata share of the contract amount remaining unpaid at the time the first notice of intention to file a claim is given to the owner.
Yes. This is a full price lien state.