Connecticut Preliminary Notice, Private Work
Preliminary Notice-Private Work
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Document Title: Preliminary Notice for Furnishing labor, Materials or Equipment.
Scope: State of Connecticut, Private Work.
Time Constraints: None. This notice is not required by State, (See 'Important', below). Send any time after the start of furnishing labor, materials or equipment. See Connecticut Lien Warning Notice, Private Work, for other notice requirements.
However, as Connecticut law provides that a right to lien can be established only if the owner gave original consent to the supplying of your labor or materials, a preliminary notice served by certified mail could go a long way to establish that consent, especially if you are supplying materials to a subcontractor of the job.
Information Requirements: The information required by the program.
Form Types: Preliminary Notice for Furnishing labor, Materials or Equipment.
Procedures: Enter the program data, including additional Legal Parties or Releases for Other Companies. Copies of all of the forms should be send to the owner and general contractor, if any.
Important: This notice has no legal effect for this state except as an advisory to the parties involved in a job. It is not required nor necessary to the establishment of your lien rights.
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