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Construction Site Notice

A Construction Site Notice announces that work is starting for the the improvement of a property where the cost is greater than $5,000. This notice provides interested parties in the construction project with legal party information needed to follow the construction lien procedures properly. A copy of the Construction Site Notice should be posted at a conspicuous place at the job site, and sent by mail to any Subcontractors on the project who request in writing a copy of it.

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Notice To Customer

A Notice To Customer must be delivered in person or by Certified Mail by a General/Prime Contractor to the Owner of the property. The notice contains statutory language which outlines the Owner’s lien rights and potential liability.

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Preliminary Notice To Owner

WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.031 mandates that a Subcontractor who do not have a direct contract with the Owner must deliver a Preliminary Notice to Owner to all legal parties on a project (Customer, Owner, General Contractor, Lender) within the following time frames:

Private Commercial or Residential (existing) – No later than sixty (60) days from the first day that equipment, materials, labor or materials were furnished for a project.

Residential (new single family residence) – No later than ten (10) days from the first day that equipment, materials, labor or materials were furnished for a project.

It 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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Preliminary Notice Of Intent To Claim Against Retention

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Conditional Waiver And Release Upon Final Payment

A Conditional Waiver and Release Upon Final Payment is used when the lien claimant is required to execute a waiver and release in exchange for or to induce payment of a final billing and the lien claimant is not paid in exchange for the waiver and release or a single payee check or joint payee check is given in exchange for the waiver and release.

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Conditional Waiver And Release Upon Progress Payment

A Conditional Waiver and Release Upon Progress Payment is used where the lien claimant is required to execute a waiver and release in exchange for or to induce the payment of a progress billing and the lien claimant is not in fact paid in exchange for the waiver and release or a single payee check or joint payee check is given in exchange for the waiver and release.

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Unconditional Waiver And Release Upon Final Payment

An Unconditional Waiver and Release Upon Final Payment is used where the lien claimant has been paid in full for the final billing.

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Unconditional Waiver And Release Upon Progress Payment

An Unconditional Waiver and Release Upon Progress Payment is used when the lien claimant has been paid for the amount provided for in the progress billing.

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Notice To Real Property Lender

WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.221 mandates that a Notice To Real Property Lender can be used when payment is not received within five (5) days of the date required by the terms of a contract. It must then be delivered by Certified Mail or registered personal delivery within thirty-five (35) days to the Lender of the property along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (Customer, Owner, General Contractor).

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Claim Of Lien

WASHINGTON Revised Code § 60.04.091 mandates that you have ninety (90) days to file a Claim Of Lien (Mechanic’s Lien) in the county at the County Auditors office where the project occurred after the last day labor was provided at a jobsite or materials were delivered. All legal parties must be notified by Certified Mail or personal delivery of the Claim Of Lien within fourteen (14) days of it being filed with the County Auditor. A Claim Of Lien must be perfected through a foreclosure action at the Superior Court in the county where the project is located within eight months of the Claim Of Lien being recorded.

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Notice Of Claim Against Bond

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