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1. Deadline to Give Preliminary Notice (Notice of Intention to do Work or Furnish Materials)

PRIVATE:
The Notice will relate back 200 days and must be filed with the clerk.

PUBLIC:
A preliminary notice is not required.

2. Deadline to File Claim

PRIVATE:
Within 200 days of the date of last delivery or performance of labor.

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

3. Deadline to File Suit or Foreclose Claim

PRIVATE:
Within 40 days after fil­ing the Notice of Intention.

PUBLIC:
More than 90 days but less than 2 years after claimant’s date of last de­livery or performance of labor.

4. Common Questions About State Lien & Bond Claims

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

On Private Projects:

Suppliers to suppliers apparently do have lien rights, as long as the claimant’s customer was supplying a general or subcontractor, and not the owner directly.

On Public Projects:
Suppliers to suppliers may have a right to bring a claim against the bond. Please contact Levy von Beck & Associates for more information.

B. Is this a Full Price Lien State:

On Private Projects:
Yes. This is a full price lien state.

On Public Projects:
Yes. This is a full price lien state.

Full Lien Summary Request Form

If you would like access to a full state lien summary, please fill in your contact information below and click “Submit.” If you have any questions about the state’s lien summary, feel free to call Ted Levy at 206-626-5444.

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