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LienItNow Preliminary Lien Notice (Pre-lien Notice) FAQS
(PRE-LIEN NOTICE)


Finish your Prelien Notice in less than 10 minutes:

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

1. Your company name and address
2. The name of the company you did work for
3. The property location.
Next Step: Get started

Flat low price of $50 for a Prelien Notice includes:

*Review of the information you submit by our specialists
*Verification of the property owner
*Drafting of and service/filing of the preliminary notice.

                          


Prelien NoticeWhat is a prelien notice?

The preliminary notice is meant to be a warning to the owner, contractor and project lenders that you are owed money and intend to tie up the property with a mechanics lien if you're not paid. 

When is a preliminary mechanics lien notice (prelien notice) required?

A prelien notice is required in most States, especially if you do not have a direct contract with the owner. Each State is different: some states require prelien notices before work starts, while others simply require that a prelien be filed just a few days before a lien is filed.  Many States distinguish between residential, commercial and public projects when requiring prelien notices. For more information on the State in which your project is located, check out the FAQs for that State on our main FAQ page

What is the purpose of a preliminary notice?

The purpose of the pre-lien notice is to let the owner know who is on the project, and, in some cases, to warn the owner that a mechanics lien is going to be filed. Failure to file a preliminary notice can compromise the amount of the mechanics lien.

Need more information?

To find out more information on what your State requires, visit our FAQ section.