Illinois Notice of Intent, 90 Day, Private Work
Notice of Intent 90 Day-Private Work
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Document Title: Subcontractor’s 90 Day Notice (Subcontractor Only).
Scope: State of Illinois, Private Works.
Time Constraints: On jobs commercial and over $5,000, you must have previously served a Preliminary Notice up the owner within the required time frame or you cannot make a lien claim. See Illinois Preliminary Notice, Private Work, for more information.
Sub-Contractors or Material men: Your Subcontractor 90 Day Notice must be served on the Owner, General Contractor and Lenders within 90 days of your last furnishing of labor, materials or services. Do not let the service of this notice exceed the date needed to file a Mechanic’s Lien.
You must serve copies of Notice by certified mail, return receipt requested upon the owners, General Contractors, Lenders and Sureties before filing your Claim For Lien. If you cannot affect service on the owners, file your Notice with the County Recorder's office before filing your mechanic’s lien.
Information Requirements: Program information and information for Exhibits A-D, any additional costs as to legal fees, court costs and interest.
Form Types: Subcontractor’s 90 Day Notice, Exhibit's A-D, if needed and Recorder's Letter, if you choose to record.
Procedures: Prepare your documents using the required information. You can file your mechanic's lien immediately afterwards. Serve a copy of the Subcontractor’s 90 Day Notice upon the owner, prime contractor, lenders and sureties, if known. At this point you are ready to a mechanic’s lien.
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