Not getting paid?
Nobody else should either.

Use a construction project stop notice to:  

  • Tell the owner or lender you haven't been paid
  • Stop payments to your contractor

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LienItNow Stop Notice

Finish your Stop Notice on a construction project in less than 10 minutes:


To complete your Stop Notice, just answer a few questions, like:

  1. Who owes you money
  2. How much you are owed for the construction work you performed
  3. What work you performed on the construction project.

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stop noticeA stop notice on a construction project tells the owner and lender that you're not getting paid - stopping payment to the person who owes you money. Here's some reasons to complete a stop notice:

  1. In many states, stop notices require the owner and the lender to stop payment.
  2. Stop notices let the owner and lender know you are owed money.
  3. If money is owed to you, you can send a stop notice as a warning before filing a lien.
  4. A stop notice is your first line of defense, and it can be filed before a mechanics lien.
  5. Filing a stop notice before payment is made to the contractor or owner secures payment to you.

Need more information?

Stop Notices sometimes need to be preceded by a notice of delivery of materials or a notice of commencement. Some States have given specific statutory framework to Stop Notices, adding bite to their bark. To find out more information on what is required to file a stop notice, visit our FAQ section.

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