We file notices for you
We can file notices of commencements in Superior Court for
you on larger projects that add requirements to
subcontractors or suppliers who lack a direct contractual
agreement with the general contractor
Under law, any
supplier or subcontractor who has provided labor, goods or
materials to a job site must notify general contractors in
within 30 days.
In addition, the law requires the filing of
the Notice of Commencement in the county Superior Court where the job site
is located and the display of the notice at the job site.
can help you meet legal requirements with polite,
professional, straightforward, easy-to-read notices and
letters that inform all parties that you have delivered
labor or materials to the job site.
Notices of Commencements are filed for
General Contractors on larger projects that add additional
requirements to sub-contractors or suppliers that do not
have a direct contractual agreement with the General.
Quality General Contractors will file a Notice of
Commencement so that they can be notified of other subs that
have been on the job. The General is required to be notified
within 30 days by any supplier or sub-contractor that has
provided labor, goods or materials to their jobsite. The
Commencement Notice is filed in Superior Court in the County
where the jobsite is located and should be displayed on the
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Service includes: Preparation, filing with court, and
forwarding recorded copy to you.
If the General forwards a copy to us, we
will file a Notice to Contractor on your behalf with the
General Contractor by Certified Mail. The copy of the Notice
of Commencement will be forwarded to you along with the
request letter and the Notice to Contractor.
Price $110.00 for Notice.
Polite, Professional, easy to read notices
and letters to simply notify the other parties that you have
delivered labor or materials to the jobsite. The intent is
to professionally satisfy the notice requirements without
*Important Note for Sub-Contractors or Suppliers:
If a Notice of Commencement is filed and you do not file a
Notice to Contractor within 30 days of providing your
service or labor, you will lose your lien rights!
The law was designed to level the playing
field by allowing the General Contractor to know who has
delivered labor or materials to the job by the notice
requirements. Subcontractors that did not contract directly
with the general and suppliers to subcontractors must comply
in order to maintain their lien rights and insure that they
will be paid because the General is aware of the services
provided. Previously, subcontractors or suppliers may not
have been paid because the General was unaware that they had
provided enhancements to the project and the original
subcontractor had absconded with the money. Occasionally, a
Property Owner or General may go broke and the Notice of
Commencement will provide the Bonding Company. The original
lien law will prevail, if a Notice of Commencement is not
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