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Lien Deadlines And Notices
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1st Notice
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Preliminary Notice To Owner Preliminary Notice To Owner Preliminary Notice To Owner
 
On private Commercial projects WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.031 mandates that a Subcontractor who does not have a direct contract with the Owner must deliver a WASHINGTON Preliminary Notice To Owner to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) within sixty (60) days from the first day that equipment, materials, labor or materials were furnished for a project.

The notice must be delivered in person or by certified mail to the Owner of the property along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (Customer, General/Prime Contractor, Lender/Surety).

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On private Existing Residential projects WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.031 mandates that a Subcontractor who does not have a direct contract with the Owner must deliver a WASHINGTON Preliminary Notice To Owner to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) within sixty (60) days from the first day that equipment, materials, labor or materials were furnished for a project.

The notice must be delivered in person or by certified mail to the Owner of the property along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (Customer, General/Prime Contractor, Lender/Surety).

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

On private New Residential projects WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.031 mandates that a Subcontractor who does not have a direct contract with the Owner must deliver a WASHINGTON Preliminary Notice To Owner to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) within ten (10) days from the first day that equipment, materials, labor or materials were furnished for a project.

The notice must be delivered in person or by certified mail to the Owner of the property along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (Customer, General/Prime Contractor, Lender/Surety).

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $24. Or, you can print this WASHINGTON 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, Claim Of Lien Or Stop Notice Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Claim Of Lien Or Stop Notice Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Claim Of Lien Or Stop Notice
 
Optional. Consider delivering by certified mail a Notice Of Intent To File A Bond Claim, Claim Of Lien or Stop Notice to the Owner and other legal parties ten (10) days before recording a lien.

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

TRADITION LIEN SERVICE can research and send this notice on your behalf for only $40. Or, you can print this WASHINGTON 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, Claim Of Lien or Stop Notice to the Owner and other legal parties ten (10) days before recording a lien.

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


 
Construction Lien
Commercial Existing Residential New Residential
Claim Of Lien Claim Of Lien Claim Of Lien
 
On private Commercial projects WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.091 mandates that General/Prime Contractors and Subcontractors have ninety (90) days to file a WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien at the County Auditors office in the county where the project occurred after the last day equipment, labor, materials or services were provided to the jobsite.

All legal parties must be notified by certified mail or personal delivery of the lien claim within fourteen (14) days of it being filed with the County Auditor.

A WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien must be perfected through a foreclosure action at the Superior Court in the county where the project is located within eight (8) months of the WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien being recorded.

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On private Existing Residential projects WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.091 mandates that General/Prime Contractors and Subcontractors have ninety (90) days to file a WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien at the County Auditors office in the county where the project occurred after the last day equipment, labor, materials or services were provided to the jobsite.

All legal parties must be notified by certified mail or personal delivery of the lien claim within fourteen (14) days of it being filed with the County Auditor.

A WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien must be perfected through a foreclosure action at the Superior Court in the county where the project is located within eight (8) months of the WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien being recorded.

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

On private New Residential projects WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.091 mandates that General/Prime Contractors and Subcontractors have ninety (90) days to file a WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien at the County Auditors office in the county where the project occurred after the last day equipment, labor, materials or services were provided to the jobsite.

All legal parties must be notified by certified mail or personal delivery of the lien claim within fourteen (14) days of it being filed with the County Auditor.

A WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien must be perfected through a foreclosure action at the Superior Court in the county where the project is located within eight (8) months of the WASHINGTON Claim Of Lien being recorded.

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


Counties to record or release a WASHINGTON Claim of Lien: Adams, Asotin, Benton, Chelan, Clallam, Clark, Columbia, Cowlitz, Douglas, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lewis, Lincoln, Mason, Okanogan, Pacific, Pend Oreille, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Skamania, Snohomish, Spokane, Stevens, Thurston, Wahkiakum, Walla Walla, Whatcom, Whitman, Yakima

For addresses of county recorder’s offices to mail or record in person a WASHINGTON Claim of Lien, click here.