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A 20-Day Preliminary Notice, also known simply as a Preliminary Notice, is filed with the Orange County Clerk-Recorder Department by a subcontractor or material supplier to inform a property owner, direct contractor, project lender or other interested party that they are working on a project and have a right to file a ...
A California preliminary notice is a legal document sent on construction projects to provide information to the people in charge of payment.
Preliminary Notices allow you to track who has a potential claim against your property. Subcontractors and suppliers must provide you with this notice to maintain their right to file a lien. If they don't provide you with the notice, they lose their lien rights. Watch the timing.
Yes. California law requires almost everyone to send preliminary notice prior to recording a mechanics lien, giving stop payment notice, or making a claim against a payment bond.
A 20-Day Preliminary Notice, also known simply as a Preliminary Notice, is filed with the Orange County Clerk-Recorder Department by a subcontractor or material supplier to inform a property owner, direct contractor, project lender or other interested party that they are working on a project and have a right to file a ...
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The 20-day preliminary notice is required before a mechanics lien or stop notice can be filed on a private job.
Preliminary Notices allow you to track who has a potential claim against your property. Subcontractors and suppliers must provide you with this notice to maintain their right to file a lien. If they don't provide you with the notice, they lose their lien rights. Watch the timing.
What is Preliminary Notice? Preliminary notice is a notification to the owner or general contractor of a construction project to notify them that a contractor, sub-contractor, materials provider, or other party is reserving their right to file a mechanic's lien in the event of non-payment.
It is also known as a 20-day notice, because it must be sent within 20 days of first furnishing labor or materials to the project. California's preliminary 20-day notice protects the right of the sender to file a mechanics lien or bond claim if they are not paid. Preliminary notices are used widely in construction.
A 20-Day Preliminary Notice, also known simply as a Preliminary Notice, is filed with the Orange County Clerk-Recorder Department by a subcontractor or material supplier to inform a property owner, direct contractor, project lender or other interested party that they are working on a project and have a right to file a ...

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