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Filing a preliminary notice is like...
adding an 800 pound gorilla to your team.

Mechanics Liens are powerful protection against non-payment.
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What We Do


Preliminary Notice

Often prompts immediate payment
  • Required in most states to maintain the right to lien if needed
  • Notice is mailed to responsible parties but is not yet filed with recorders office
  • Serves as "heads up" to owner and lender that you have done work and expect to be paid
  • Mandatory timelines and formats

Lien Claim

A powerful remedy secured against the improved property.
  • If not paid, a lien claim literally and legally "claims" your right to be paid
  • Required to foreclose upon the property if needed
  • Claims are both mailed to responsible parties and are filed with recorders office
  • Serves as "heads up" to owner and lender that you have done work and expect to be paid
  • Mandatory timelines and formats

Bond claim

A powerful remedy secured against the bond.
  • If not paid, a bond claim literally and legally "claims" your right to be paid
  • Required to foreclose upon the property if needed
  • Claims are both mailed to responsible parties and are filed with recorders office
  • Serves as "heads up" to owner and lender that you have done work and expect to be paid
  • Mandatory timelines and formats

Update a Claim

Keep your claim up-to-date
  • If not paid, a bond claim literally and legally "claims" your right to be paid
  • Required to foreclose upon the property if needed
  • Claims are both mailed to responsible parties and are filed with recorders office
  • Serves as "heads up" to owner and lender that you have done work and expect to be paid
  • Mandatory timelines and formats

Stop Notice

An additional powerful remedy to make sure you get paid
  • If not paid, a bond claim literally and legally "claims" your right to be paid
  • Required to foreclose upon the property if needed
  • Claims are both mailed to responsible parties and are filed with recorders office
  • Serves as "heads up" to owner and lender that you have done work and expect to be paid
  • Mandatory timelines and formats
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How It Works

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Notify

Sending a notice often prompts immediate payment. Then you're done.

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Stop Notice

If not paid, sending a stop notice will make them "hold" your payment and not spend it in some states.

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File

If not paid, filing a lien or bond claim gives you an actual security interest in the improved property.

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Foreclose

If still not paid, consult with an attorney to consider taking the next step of foreclosing on the improved property.

Overview

Mechanics liens are powerful protection against non-payment for your work.