MISSOURI

Lien Deadlines And Notices
 
1st Notice
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Notice To Owner / Preliminary Notice Notice To Owner / Preliminary Notice Notice To Owner / Preliminary Notice>
 
For General/Prime Contractors, a MISSOURI Notice To Owner must be served on the Owner prior to recording a Mechanic’s Lien Statement. Note that it must be given to the Owner prior to receiving payment at the time of the execution of the contract. It can also be given when the materials are delivered, or when the work is commenced.

For Subcontractors, a Preliminary Notice is optional. It can be delivered to the Owner and other legal parties soon after the start of a private Commercial project. The notice is effective in reminding all parties of future Bond, Mechanic’s Lien Statement or Stop Notice rights for slow/non payment.TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $24. Or, you can print this MISSOURI notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

For General/Prime Contractors, a MISSOURI Notice To Owner must be served on the Owner prior to recording a Mechanic’s Lien Statement. Note that it must be given to the Owner prior to receiving payment at the time of the execution of the contract. It can also be given when the materials are delivered, or when the work is commenced.

For Subcontractors, a Preliminary Notice is optional. It can be delivered to the Owner and other legal parties soon after the start of a private Commercial project. The notice is effective in reminding all parties of future Bond, Mechanic’s Lien Statement or Stop Notice rights for slow/non payment.TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $24. Or, you can print this MISSOURI notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWARE for as little as $149.

For General/Prime Contractors, a MISSOURI Notice To Owner must be served on the Owner prior to recording a Mechanic’s Lien Statement. Note that it must be given to the Owner prior to receiving payment at the time of the execution of the contract. It can also be given when the materials are delivered, or when the work is commenced.

For Subcontractors, a Preliminary Notice is optional. It can be delivered to the Owner and other legal parties soon after the start of a private Commercial project. The notice is effective in reminding all parties of future Bond, Mechanic’s Lien Statement or Stop Notice rights for slow/non payment.TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $24. Or, you can print this MISSOURI 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 Mechanic’s Lien Statement Notice Of Intent To File Mechanic’s Lien Statement Notice Of Intent To File Mechanic’s Lien Statement
 
On private Commercial projects MISSOURI Revised Statutes §429-100 and §429-110 mandates that ten (10) days prior to recording a valid mechanic’s lien, all Subcontractors must serve to the owner or owner’s agent, or both of them, a Notice Of Intent To File Mechanic’s Lien Statement by any Process Server or officer authorized by law to serve process in civil actions, or by any person who would be a competent witness. Additional copies should be delivered to all legal parties on a project (Customer, General/Prime Contractor, Lender). It must be served within the six (6) month time period allowed for recording a MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and and send this notice on your behalf for only $100 (includes Process Server fee). Or, you can print this MISSOURI notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWAREfor as little as $149. 

On private Exisiting Residential projects On private Commercial projects MISSOURI Revised Statutes §429-100 and §429-110 mandates that ten (10) days prior to recording a valid mechanic’s lien, all Subcontractors must serve to the owner or owner’s agent, or both of them, a Notice Of Intent To File Mechanic’s Lien Statement by any Process Server or officer authorized by law to serve process in civil actions, or by any person who would be a competent witness. Additional copies should be delivered to all legal parties on a project (Customer, General/Prime Contractor, Lender). It must be served within the six (6) month time period allowed for recording a MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and and send this notice on your behalf for only $100 (includes Process Server fee). Or, you can print this MISSOURI notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWAREfor as little as $149.

On private New Residential projects On private Commercial projects MISSOURI Revised Statutes §429-100 and §429-110 mandates that ten (10) days prior to recording a valid mechanic’s lien, all Subcontractors must serve to the owner or owner’s agent, or both of them, a Notice Of Intent To File Mechanic’s Lien Statement by any Process Server or officer authorized by law to serve process in civil actions, or by any person who would be a competent witness. Additional copies should be delivered to all legal parties on a project (Customer, General/Prime Contractor, Lender). It must be served within the six (6) month time period allowed for recording a MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement.

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and and send this notice on your behalf for only $100 (includes Process Server fee). Or, you can print this MISSOURI notice and others by purchasing PreLien2Lien from TRADITION SOFTWAREfor as little as $149. 


 
Construction Lien
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Mechanic’s Lien Statement Mechanic’s Lien Statement Mechanic’s Lien Statement
 
MISSOURI Revised Statutes § 429-080 mandate that General/Prime contractors and Subcontractors on a private Commercial project must record a notarized MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement within six (6) months after the last day of supplying labor, materials, or services (timeframe is shortened to sixty (60) days for Subcontractors providing rental equipment) to a project.Record the lien with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where a project you provided construction related equipment, labor, materials or services is located. The recorded notice should be delivered in person or by certified mail to the Owner of the property and the General/Prime Contractor along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (General/Prime Contractor, Customer, Lender/Surety).

Claimants who recorded a lien have up to six (6) months after a lien is recorded to commence a lien foreclosure action against the property that a MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement was filed upon.

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

MISSOURI Revised Statutes § 429-080 mandate that General/Prime contractors and Subcontractors on a private Existing Residential project must record a notarized MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement within six (6) months after the last day of supplying labor, materials, or services (timeframe is shortened to sixty (60) days for Subcontractors providing rental equipment) to a project.Record the lien with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where a project you provided construction related equipment, labor, materials or services is located. The recorded notice should be delivered in person or by certified mail to the Owner of the property and the General/Prime Contractor along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (General/Prime Contractor, Customer, Lender/Surety).

Claimants who recorded a lien have up to six (6) months after a lien is recorded to commence a lien foreclosure action against the property that a MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement was filed upon.

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

MISSOURI Revised Statutes § 429-080 mandate that General/Prime contractors and Subcontractors on a private New Residential project must record a notarized MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement within six (6) months after the last day of supplying labor, materials, or services (timeframe is shortened to sixty (60) days for Subcontractors providing rental equipment) to a project.Record the lien with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where a project you provided construction related equipment, labor, materials or services is located. The recorded notice should be delivered in person or by certified mail to the Owner of the property and the General/Prime Contractor along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (General/Prime Contractor, Customer, Lender/Surety).

Claimants who recorded a lien have up to six (6) months after a lien is recorded to commence a lien foreclosure action against the property that a MISSOURI Mechanic’s Lien Statement was filed upon.

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