Nevada Notice of Furnishing, Public Work
Notice of Furnishing-Public Work
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Document Title: Notice of Furnishing Materials or Performing Labor.
Scope: State of Nevada, Public Works.
Time Constraints: A Notice of Furnishing Materials or Performing Labor must be prepared and served on the public entities, prime contractors, customers and lenders (and sureties, if one exists) by personal service or certified mail no later than 30 days after first furnishing of labor, materials or service. Failure to do so will eliminate your right to lien funds.
Information Requirements: The information required by program and whether you intend to send an owner cover letter.
Form Types: Notice of Furnishing Materials or Performing Labor, Exhibits A-D (if needed) and Owner Letter (if used).
Procedures: Enter the program data, including Additional Legal Parties or Releases for Other Companies. Copies of all of the forms (less the Owner Cover Letter) must be sent to all public entities, all general contractors, all lenders and all sureties. Sending a copy to your customer is optional (unless they are the public entities, general contractors, lender or sureties).
Important: If you fail to prepare and serve your Notice of Furnishing Materials or Performing Labor within the 30 days after first furnishing of labor, materials or service, this does not have to mean that you have to lose all of your lien rights. The service of the Preliminary Notice becomes effective at the date of service minus 30 days before, so if you file on the 31st day, you actually lose your lien rights only for the 1st day. In any case, even if you are late, serve your preliminary notices. The public entity may require that they are honored in any case.
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