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Ready to get paid quicker? The majority of LienItNow's users report less stress, and more secure and faster payments. Whether you’re a contractor, subcontractor, or supplier, LienItNow will help you streamline the process of getting paid.
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Started a New Project? Telling the property owner is a legal requirement.Who, what, when and where. Those are the things an owner needs to know. Subcontracting and material suppliers, on projects small to large, can make owners unaware of who is supplying material, labor or services on their property. This can cause some tough moments when payments aren't made for work performed. To solve this problem, most states require that anyone who works on a project provides a notice to owner, so there's no surprise about who should be paid when, and how much.
While many states call these notices by a different name, LienItNow's automated system ensures the right notice goes out for each state. Whether you choose the DIY option, or full service option, LienItNow's convenient, reliable notices will help you get paid.
Prelien NoticeIf you want to get paid, the person paying needs to know who you are. Preliens tell everyone you started work and they trigger your right to file a lien in case you don't get paid.
Notice to OwnerRequired in states like Florida on every project when you start work. If you forget to send a notice to owner, you may not be able to file a lien if you run into payment issues.
20 Day Notice or Preliminary NoticeStates like California require 20 day notices, which are sent to the owner within 20 day of beginning work on the project. Failing to send one can limit your right to payment.
Notice of FurnishingSend a notice of furnishing right when you begin work or deliver materials to make sure your lien rights are protected and you get paid for work you performed.
Lien WaiverDuring the project, at at the end, lien waivers can be important to obtain payment. LienItNow currently provides lien waiver documents, both conditional and unconditional, in several states.
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Not getting paid? Use our documents to speed up and secure payment for work you've performed.Stop waiting for payment, and take some action. Free up payment logjams the easy way with LienItNow. Securing the money you've worked so hard for has never been faster or more affordable.
Know what you're getting: preview your document before, during and after the order process, with real time updates as you enter the project information.
These documents are designed to solve your payment problems:
Mechanics Liens and Construction LiensThe ultimate tool for payment, mechanics liens, also known as construction liens, are filed in order to use the owner's property to secure payment for the work you did on their construction project.
Bond ClaimWhen a prime contractor has a bond, make a claim against it to get your cash. Bonds are almost always required on government run projects. Whenever a payment bond exists, a claim should be made against it for unpaid balances.
Notice of Non-paymentA quick way to let the owner and contractor know you haven't been paid, and will file a lien if payment isn't made ASAP.
Notice of Intent to LienSome states require this notice be filed and sent to the owner before an actual lien is filed. It's the last chance for the owner to resolve the payment issues before a lien encumbers their property.
Stop NoticeUsed to stop payments to whoever owes you money on the project. Make sure no one gets paid until you do.
Watch: Why File a Construction Lien?
Need to Make a Change? We can help.
Change can be a good thing. If you received a payment and need to change the amount of your lien, or if you need to correct some information on your lien, a lien amendment may be the answer.
You can make your lien last even longer with a lien extension: these are helful when you're still waiting for payment, but the lien is expiring.
Lien AmendmentIf something changed since you initially filed a construction lien, an amendment is probably the way to fix it.
Lien ExtensionEvery lien has an expiration date. Only a few states allow you to extend your lien before it expires and becomes unenforceable. Use a lien extension before your expriation date is up, and you'll give your lien additional life for a year or even two.File Now
Congratulations! If You Made It Here You've Probably Been Paid.
Now for the last part of the process: getting rid of that lien. If you have a copy of your original filed lien, that makes it a whole lot easier. Otherwise, you can just fill out LienItNow's quick worksheet we'll take it from there.
Lien Releases & DischargesThere's nothing better than getting paid! Finish up the payment process with a release of lien or a lien discharge. These documents remove the lien from the property records, and should be filed after payment is received.File Now
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Over $1 Billion in Construction Payments Secured.
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Prices for LienItNow Documents
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New Construction Projects
- Use Promo Code: 3FreeNotices20
- DIY (do it yourself) Price*
- Full Service Price
- Lien Waiver
- Prelien Notice
- Notice to Owner
- Preliminary Notice (20 Day Notice)
- Notice of Furnishing
- Notice of Non-Payment
Solve Payment Problems
- *DIY (do it yourself) Price
- Full Service Prices**
- Liens - $325.00
- NJ Residential Lien - $859.00
- Bond Claims - $299.00
- Notice of Intent to Lien - $125.00
- Stop Notice - $125.00
- Mass. Notice of Contract - $150.00
Fix or Extend a Lien
- *DIY (do it yourself) Price
- Full Service Prices**
- Lien Amendments - $325.00
- Lien Extensions - $125.00
Release a Lien
- *DIY (do it yourself) Price
- Full Service Price**
- Lien Releases & Discharges
Lien Document Rush ServiceLienItNow.com provides optional rush services on all orders for a 25% surcharge. If rush service is chosen at checkout by 4 P.M. EST, Monday through Friday (excepting holidays), we will process and email the draft document to you for your signature the same day it is ordered so your ability to lien it now is even faster.
*DIY v. Full Service OptionsOn certain products, LienItNow provides "Do It Yourself or DIY" or "Full Service" options. DIY clients create, modify, complete, serve and/or file their documents on their own. Full Service allows clients to create, review and modify their documents, after which LienItNow reviews the documents for typos or other clerical errors. Once the document has been approved and signed by the client, LienItNow serves it via the postal service.
**Additional Fees May ApplyIn some states, due to certain filing or service requirements, additional fees may apply. Please note that if your state requires the use of a process server or sheriff to serve a document, an additional charge to cover the process server's fee will be applied. Additionally, certain filing fees may be charged by LienItNow in its discretion if the filing fee is in excess of the average filing fee charged by other states, counties or cities. If you have any questions about whether your order is subject to additional costs, please just give us a call at 888-543-6765.
!"First 3 Free" offer may be discontinued by company at any time. Offer limited to 3 total notices per customer and customer's company or affilliates, and 1 free notice per checkout. Offer does not include any required government filing fees, or any other fee indicated above in the "additional fees may apply" section.