UTAH

Lien Deadlines And Notices
 
1st Notice
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Notice Of Commencement / Preliminary Notice Notice Of Commencement / Preliminary Notice Notice Of Commencement / Preliminary Notice
 
On private Commercial projects General/Prime Contractors must file a UTAH Notice Of Commencement with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) no later than fifteen (15) days after either a building permit is issued or no later than fifteen (15) days after the commencement of start of a construction related improvement.

All subcontractors must file with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) a UTAH Preliminary Notice no later than twenty (20) after the first day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a project OR twenty (20) after the General/Prime contractor records a UTAH Notice Of Commencement with the UTAH State Construction Registry.

On private Existing Residential projects General/Prime Contractors must file a UTAH Notice Of Commencement with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) no later than fifteen (15) days after either a building permit is issued or no later than fifteen (15) days after the commencement of start of a construction related improvement.

All subcontractors must file with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) a UTAH Preliminary Notice no later than twenty (20) after the first day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a project OR twenty (20) after the General/Prime contractor records a UTAH Notice Of Commencement with the UTAH State Construction Registry.

On private New Residential projects General/Prime Contractors must file a UTAH Notice Of Commencement with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) no later than fifteen (15) days after either a building permit is issued or no later than fifteen (15) days after the commencement of start of a construction related improvement.

All subcontractors must file with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) a UTAH Preliminary Notice no later than twenty (20) after the first day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a project OR twenty (20) after the General/Prime contractor records a UTAH Notice Of Commencement with the UTAH State Construction Registry.


 
Lien Warning
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
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Construction Lien
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Notice Of Lien Notice Of Lien Notice Of Lien
 
On private Commercial projects General/Prime contractors and Subcontractors must record a notarized UTAH Notice of Lien no later than ninety (90) days from the date a UTAH Notice of Completion is filed with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) OR one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a contruction related improvement.

Claimants who recorded a lien have up to one hundred eighty (180) days after a Notice Of Lien was recorded to begin a foreclosure lawsuit against the liened property.

On private Existing Residential projects General/Prime contractors and Subcontractors must record a notarized UTAH Notice of Lien no later than ninety (90) days from the date a UTAH Notice of Completion is filed with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) OR one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a contruction related improvement.

Claimants who recorded a lien have up to one hundred eighty (180) days after a Notice Of Lien was recorded to begin a foreclosure lawsuit against the liened property.

On private New Residential projects General/Prime contractors and Subcontractors must record a notarized UTAH Notice of Lien no later than ninety (90) days from the date a UTAH Notice of Completion is filed with the UTAH State Construction Registry (www.utah.gov/cnr/) OR one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day providing equipment, labor, materials or services for a contruction related improvement.

Claimants who recorded a lien have up to one hundred eighty (180) days after a Notice Of Lien was recorded to begin a foreclosure lawsuit against the liened property.