MARYLAND

Lien Deadlines And Notices
 
1st Notice
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Preliminary Notice Preliminary Notice Preliminary Notice
 
On private Commercial projects a Priminary Notice is an optional document that can be served to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) after first furnishing construction related labor, professional services, materials, machinery, fixtures or tools to a jobsite. It improves your chances of being paid on a timely basis, as it notifies all legal parties of your future right to file a Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien or Stop Notice in the event you are not paid on a timely basis.

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

On private Existing Residential projects a Priminary Notice is an optional document that can be served to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) after first furnishing construction related labor, professional services, materials, machinery, fixtures or tools to a jobsite. It improves your chances of being paid on a timely basis, as it notifies all legal parties of your future right to file a Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien or Stop Notice in the event you are not paid on a timely basis.

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

On private New Residential projects a Priminary Notice is an optional document that can be served to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) after first furnishing construction related labor, professional services, materials, machinery, fixtures or tools to a jobsite. It improves your chances of being paid on a timely basis, as it notifies all legal parties of your future right to file a Bond Claim, Mechanic’s Lien or Stop Notice in the event you are not paid on a timely basis.

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


 
Lien Warning
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Notice To Owner Or Owner’s Agent Of Intention To Claim A Lien Notice To Owner Or Owner’s Agent Of Intention To Claim A Lien Notice To Owner Or Owner’s Agent Of Intention To Claim A Lien
 
On private Commercial projects prior to filing a MARYLAND Petition To Establish And Enforce Mechanic’s Lien, MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-104 mandates Subcontractors must deliver by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, or personal delivery to the Owner of an improved property a MARYLAND Notice To Owner Or Owner’s Agent Of Intention To Claim A Lien within one hundred twenty (120) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services.

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

On private Existing Residential projects prior to filing a MARYLAND Petition To Establish And Enforce Mechanic’s Lien, MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-104 mandates Subcontractors must deliver by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, or personal delivery to the Owner of an improved property a MARYLAND Notice To Owner Or Owner’s Agent Of Intention To Claim A Lien within one hundred twenty (120) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services.

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

On private New Residential projects prior to filing a MARYLAND Petition To Establish And Enforce Mechanic’s Lien, MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-104 mandates Subcontractors must deliver by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, or personal delivery to the Owner of an improved property a MARYLAND Notice To Owner Or Owner’s Agent Of Intention To Claim A Lien within one hundred twenty (120) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services.

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


 
Construction Lien
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien
 
On private Commercial projects MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-105 mandates that a MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien must be filed by General/Prime contractors with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where a project is located within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a project.

MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-106 mandates that filing a MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien can also be the notice to being a foreclosure action against a liened property. The petition to enforce must be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where a project is located within one (1) year after the original MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien.

On private Existing Residential projects MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-105 mandates that a MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien must be filed by General/Prime contractors with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where a project is located within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a project.

MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-106 mandates that filing a MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien can also be the notice to being a foreclosure action against a liened property. The petition to enforce must be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where a project is located within one (1) year after the original MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien.

On private New Residential projects MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-105 mandates that a MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien must be filed by General/Prime contractors with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where a project is located within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a project.

MARYLAND Code Annotated, Real Property § 9-106 mandates that filing a MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien can also be the notice to being a foreclosure action against a liened property. The petition to enforce must be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where a project is located within one (1) year after the original MARYLAND Petition to Establish and Enforce Mechanic’s Lien.