IOWA


Lien Deadlines And Notices
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1ST NOTICE
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Second-Tier Subcontractor And Supplier Notice | Preliminary Notice Subcontractor’s Notice To Owner Second Tier | Subcontractor Supplier Notice | Contractor’s Notice To Owner Second-Tier Subcontractor And Supplier Notice | Preliminary Notice
 
On a private Commercial project IOWA Code § 572.33 mandates that prior to recording a IOWA Mechanic’s Lien, Subcontractors supplying equipment, labor or materials to another Subcontractor must give to the Owner and General/Prime Contractor an IOWA 2nd-Tier Subcontractor And Supplier Notice after the delivery of materials at a property.

Subcontrators supplying labor on a private Commercial project have the option to deliver by certified mail a Preliminary Notice to the Owner and General Contractor and other legal parties to remind them of the future right to file a lien.

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IOWA Code § 572.14 mandates that Subcontractors on Existing Residential projects must deliver to the Owner and General/Prime Contractor by certified mail or personal delivery an IOWA Subcontractor’s Notice To Owner within thirty (30) days of supplying equipment, labor, materials or services at a property.

IOWA Code § 572.33 mandates that a IOWA Second Tier Subcontractor And Supplier Notice must be mailed (Certified Mail highly recommended) or personally delivered to the Owner and the Prime/General Contractor after the delivery of materials at a property by a second-tier Subcontractor providing only materials to another Subcontractor. It is advisable that along with the Owner and the Prime/General Contractor any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (Customer, Lender and other legal parties) get sent the Subcontractor And Supplier Notice.

IOWA Code § 572.13 mandates that a General/Prime Contractor must provide the Owner of a owner-occcupied dwelling an IOWA Contractor’s Notice To Owner within ten (10) days of commencing work on a property if no written contract is entered into between the General/Prime contractor and the dwelling owner.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $24. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

On a private New Residential projects IOWA Code § 572.33 mandates that prior to recording a IOWA Mechanic’s Lien, Subcontractors supplying equipment, labor or materials to another Subcontractor must give to the Owner and General/Prime Contractor an IOWA 2nd-Tier Subcontractor And Supplier Notice after the delivery of materials at a property.

Subcontrators supplying labor on a private New Residential project have the option to deliver by certified mail a Preliminary Notice to the Owner and General Contractor and other legal parties to remind them of the future right to file a lien.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $24. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.


 
LIEN WARNING
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien Or Stop Notice Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien Or Stop Notice Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien Or Stop Notice
 
Optional. Consider delivering by certified mail a Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien or Stop Notice to the Owner and other legal parties ten (10) days before recording a lien

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and and send this notice on your behalf for only $40. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

Optional. Consider delivering by certified mail a Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien or Stop Notice to the Owner and other legal parties ten (10) days before recording a lien

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and and send this notice on your behalf for only $40. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

Optional. Consider delivering by certified mail a Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien or Stop Notice to the Owner and other legal parties ten (10) days before recording a lien.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and and send this notice on your behalf for only $40. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.


 
CONSTRUCTION LIEN
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Mechanic’s Lien Mechanic’s Lien Mechanic’s Lien
 
On private Commercial projects IOWA Code § 572-8 mandates that a IOWA Mechanic’s Lien should be filed by a General/Prime contractor or Subcontractor no later than ninety (90) days after the last day of furnishing equipment, labor, materials or services for an improvement. It should be recorded with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where the improved property is located. The Clerk will then mail the recorded lien to the improved property’s Owner, Agent or Trustee.

Lien claimants must initiate a foreclosure lawsuit against the property being liened within one (1) year from the original ninety (90) day lien recording deadline.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research, prepare and record this notice on your behalf for only $160. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

On private Existing Residential projects IOWA Code § 572-8 mandates that a IOWA Mechanic’s Lien should be filed by a General/Prime contractor or Subcontractor no later than ninety (90) days after the last day of furnishing equipment, labor, materials or services for an improvement. It should be recorded with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where the improved property is located. The Clerk will then mail the recorded lien to the improved property’s Owner, Agent or Trustee.

Lien claimants must initiate a foreclosure lawsuit against the property being liened within one (1) year from the original ninety (90) day lien recording deadline.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research, prepare and record this notice on your behalf for only $160. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

On private New Residential projects IOWA Code § 572-8 mandates that a IOWA Mechanic’s Lien should be filed by a General/Prime contractor or Subcontractor no later than ninety (90) days after the last day of furnishing equipment, labor, materials or services for an improvement. It should be recorded with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where the improved property is located. The Clerk will then mail the recorded lien to the improved property’s Owner, Agent or Trustee.

Lien claimants must initiate a foreclosure lawsuit against the property being liened within one (1) year from the original ninety (90) day lien recording deadline.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research, prepare and record this notice on your behalf for only $160. Or, you can print this IOWA notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.