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 to provide one to the lender. However, if you do not have a contract with the owner, you must provide a Notice of Right to Lien to the owner and the lender.

Please see our next Blog to discuss the CCB requirements regarding the Notice of Right to Lien for on-site labor and material to a residential improvement.

  • This Blog is not meant to be construed as providing or implying legal advice, please seek an attorney for any legal questions you may have regarding construction liens.
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