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Subcontractor’s Notice To Owner (Residential)

IOWA Code § 572.14 mandates that a Subcontractor’s No tice To Owner (Residential) must be mailed (Certified Mail highly recommended) or personally delivered by the Subcontractor to the Owner and the Prime/General Contractor of a owner-occupied dwelling within thirty (30) days of delivery of materials or beginning labor at a property. A future Mechanic’s Lien can not be filed if a Subcontractor’s Notice To Owner (Residential) is not served. 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 delivered the Subcontractor’s Notice To Owner (Residential).

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Subcontractor And Supplier Notice

IOWA Code § 572.33 mandates that a 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 Subscontractor. 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.

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Conditional Waiver and Release Upon Final Payment

Issue a Conditional Waiver And Release Upon Final Payment to the Owner and any other legal parties requesting a copy after a promise is made for full and final payment for labor or materials provided for a project. You can always issue a Unconditional Waiver And Release Upon Final Payment after the check clears.

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Mechanic’s Lien

IOWA Code § 572-8 mandates that a 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.

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