Preliminary Notice of Lien - Construction Forms for Contractors Mobile App
A mechanic's lien may be filed to get the title to property.
How does it work?
In most states, if you are a subcontractor or supplier who doesn’t directly have a contract with a property owner, in order to preserve your rights to claim against the property or funds for the work, you must serve a preliminary notice. This will allow you to file a mechanic’s lien, stop notice, or payment bond claim in the event that you don’t get paid.
You can now file these liens right from your smartphone or tablet with the Preliminary Notice of Lien Construction Forms for Contractors mobile app. This app covers all the necessary information needed to create a professional preliminary notice.
Upon completion, a PDF of the finished preliminary notice is emailed to you and saved to the GoCanvas cloud as well. This is a great resource for subcontractors and suppliers to have on hand. It serves as a template that can be customized if necessary.