Arkansas Pre-Lien Notices for Commercial Projects

In Arkansas, lien claimants on commercial projects are required to provide a Notice to Owner and Contractor (also known as a pre-lien) within 75 days of last providing work or materials to the project. The Notice to Owner must be served to both the Owner and the General Contractor whether be hand-delivered or mailed via return receipt requested, […]

The Importance of Arizona Preliminary Notices

 A Preliminary 20-day Notice (pre-lien) is required by Arizona law to be sent by every person (including the general contractor) who furnishes labor, professional services, or materials to preserve their lien rights.  The Notice must be given no later than 20 days after the claimant has first furnished labor or materials to fully protect the lien claimant. […]

Arizona Lien Law Guidelines

In Arizona, the construction lien law is very specific.  In addition to simply filing a lien, a claimant need to make sure that it complied with all the pre-requisites that the mechanics’ lien law requires. Liens filed on private property or on funds relating to a public project are known as Mechanic’s Liens. When a […]