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INDIANA gets new notices, custom template technology (CTT)

My young adult life brought me to INDIANA several times while I lived in ILLINOIS. In the spring of 1983 I attended the Senior Prom as the date of a woman friend who attended LaPorte High School. Later on in the mid-80s I visited MARIAN COLLEGE in Indianapolis where that same friend was enrolled. I received one of my few speeding tickets near the campus of INDIANA UNIVERSITY as I raced to make it on time to a small business nearby for a business meeting. I even remember having dinner after a day of business meetings at a bar in INDIANAPOLIS and watching the World Series on TV as the events of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake in San Francisco unfolded.

Thirty (30) INDIANA notices were entirely re-written in PreLien2Lien this month. They also have (CTT) Custom Template Technology, enabling each template notice to be customized for a one-time $50 fee.

INDIANA is a state that Subcontractors must provide 1st notices for on Residential improvements.  INDIANA Code § 32-8-3-1 mandates that on residential projects a Preliminary Notice must be served by the Subcontractor who is in contract with someone other than the Owner (General/Prime Contractor, another Subcontractor) to the owner of a owner-occupied improvement within thirty (30) days after first furnishing construction related labor, professional services, materials, machinery, fixtures or tools to a jobsite.  If it is new Residential construction, the Preliminary Notice must be served within sixty (60) days after first furnishing construction related labor, professional services, materials, machinery, fixtures or tools to a jobsite.  Additionally, It must also get recorded within the same time period at the County Recorder’s office in the county where the project originates.

General/Prime/Sub Contractors (Private Projects): INDIANA Code § 32-8-3-3 mandates that you must file a Sworn Statement And Notice Of Intention To Hold Mechanic’s Lien with the County Recorders Office in the County where the project occurred. It must be filed within (sixty) 60 days (commercial) or ninety (90) days (public improvements, commercial) after the completion of providing labor, rental equipment, or materials.

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