Maine Notice to Owner, Private Work
Preliminary Notice-Private Work
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Document Title: Notice to Owner.
Scope: State of Maine, Private Work.
Time Constraints: There is no specific requirement of notice for Maine, but to establish a right to a lien without the owner making the defense of payment, you must serve the owner with notice of your claim prior to his payment to the prime contractor, though it may not be enforceable if the notice is sent after the general contractor was paid. We suggest that notice be sent immediately after the start of furnishing labor, materials or equipment. If the contractor has already been paid prior to your notice, or you may lose your right to lien.
Information Requirements: The information required by the program.
Form Types: Notice to Owner.
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.
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