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Notice Of Intent To Perform

KANSAS Statutes Annotated § 60-1103b(c) mandate that on new residential improvements, a Notice Of Intent To Perform must be recorded with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where a project you provided construction related equipment, labor, materials or services is located. Copiers should 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, Lender, General Contractor).

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Release Of Notice Of Intent To Perform

KANSAS Statutes Annotated § 60-1103b(c) mandate that on new residential improvements, a Release Of Notice Of Intent To Perform should be recorded promptly after a satisfactory payment or agreement is received for a previously recorded Notice Of Intent To Perform . It should be recorded with the Clerk Of The District Court in the county where the new residential improvement is located. The recorded Release Of Notice Of Intent To Perform should then be promptly mailed by certified mail or personally delivered to the improved property’s Owner, Agent or Trustee along with other legal parties for the project (General/Prime Contractor, Lender/Surety, Customer).

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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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Conditional Waiver and Release Upon Progress Payment

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

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Unconditional Waiver and Release Upon Final Payment

Issue a Unconditional Waiver And Release Upon Final Payment to the Owner and any other legal parties requesting a copy after receiving full and final payment for labor or materials provided for a project. You forfeit your lien rights in the event you are not paid – issue only after payment clears the bank.

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Unconditional Waiver and Release Upon Progress Payment

Issue a Unconditional Waiver And Release Upon Progress Payment to the Owner and any other legal parties requesting a copy after receiving partial payment for labor or materials provided for a project through a certain date. You forfeit your lien rights in the event you are not paid – issue only after payment clears the bank.

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Warning Statement

KANSAS Statutes Annotated § 60-1103a mandate that on pre-existing residential improvements, a Warning Statement must be given to the Owner prior to recording a Lien Statement. Copiers should 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, Lender, General Contractor).

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Lien Statement – General\Prime Contractor

KANSAS Statutes Annotated § 60-1102 mandate that a General/Prime Contractor on a commercial or residential project must record a Lien Statement with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where a project you provided construction related equipment, labor, materials or services is located. It must be recorded within four (4) months after the last day of supplying equipment, labor, materials, labor or services to a project. The Notice should 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, Lender/Surety).

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Lien Statement – Subcontractor

KANSAS Statutes Annotated § 60-1103 mandate that a Subcontractor on a commercial or residential project must record a Lien Statement with the Clerk of the District Court in the county where a project you provided construction related equipment, labor, materials or services is located. It must be recorded within three (3) months after the last day of supplying equipment, labor, materials, labor or services to a project. The 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).

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Release Of Lien

A Release Of Lien should be recorded by a General/Prime Contractor or Subcontractor promptly after a satisfactory payment or agreement is received for a previously recorded Lien Statement . It should be recorded with the Clerk Of The District Court in the county where the improved property is located. The recorded Release Of Lien should then be promptly mailed by certified mail or personally delivered to the improved property’s Owner, Agent or Trustee along with other legal parties for the project (General/Prime Contractor, Lender/Surety, Customer).

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