Entries by Shawn Stanley

Notice of Right to Lien – Part 7 of 8

Welcome to Part 7 of an 8 Part Series. This portion covers Rental Equipment only for a Residential Improvement. According to the Oregon CCB, for Rental Equipment only, a Notice of Right to Lien on a Residential Project does not need to be provided to the Owner(s) or the Lender(s), provided your contract is directly […]

Notice of Right to Lien- Part 6 of 8

Welcome to Part 6 of an 8 Part Series. This portion covers On-Site Labor Only for a Commercial Improvement. According to the CCB, for On-Site Labor Only, a Notice of Right to Lien on a commercial project does not need to be provided to the Owner(s) or the Lender(s), provided your contract is directly with […]

Notice of Right to Lien – Part 5 of 8

Welcome to Part 5 of an 8 Part Series. This portion covers On-Site Labor Only for a Residential Improvement. According to the CCB, for On-Site Labor Only, a Notice of Right to Lien on a residential project does not need to be provided to the Owner(s), provided your contract is directly with all Owners of […]

Notice of Right to Lien – Part 4 of 8

Welcome to Part 4 of an 8 Part Series. According to the CCB, if you provide on-site labor and material to a commercial improvement and your contract is with all owners, you are not required to provide the owner with the Notice of Right to Lien, however you *do need to provide one to the […]

Notice of Right to Lien – Part 3 of 8

Welcome to Part 3 of an 8 Part Series and Happy Friday as well. According to the CCB, if you provide on-site labor and material to a residential improvement and your contract is with all owners, you #are not required to provide the owner with the Notice of Right to Lien, however you *do need […]

Notice of Right to Lien – Part 2 of 8

Welcome to Part 2 of an 8 Part Series. This second part mirrors part 1, however discusses commercial improvements: (1.) If you provide material only to a commercial improvement and your contract is with the owner, you do not need to provide a Notice of Right to Lien to the owner, but you do need […]