Nevada
Notice of Lien-Private Work

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Document Title: Notice of Lien

Scope: State of Nevada, Private Works.

Time Constraints: You must have served a Notice to Owner of Materials Supplied or Work or Services Performed (General Contractors use Contractor’s Notice to Owner), and a Notice of Intent to Lien at least 15 days before the filing of the Mechanic’s Lien on all required parties before you can establish lien rights in the State of Nevada. Failure to do so negates your lien rights. See the State of Nevada memos on Preliminary Notices, Private Works, and Nevada Lien Warning Notice, Private Works, more information.

If you have not been paid in full, you must serve your Notice of Lien, within 90 days, inclusive, of the completion, or cessation, of your work of improvement or supplying of material or Serve a copy of said notice on the owners and, if they exist, the general contractors, and sureties. If a Notice of Completion has been filed, you must file your Notice of Lien within 40 days of the filing date of the Notice of Completion.

If you have a formal contract with the debtor, showing terms and conditions, please make a copy of the document, mark it as Exhibit E, and attach it to your Notice of Lien. Otherwise, use a copy of your invoice which states your terms and conditions, or a copy of your invoice with a copy of your credit application / credit approval document which states your terms and conditions.

Perfection: Lien Claim: After serving the Notice of Lien, to perfect your Lien Claim you must file suit to enforce the lien after the 90th day, but within 1 year of said service.

Payment Bond: Where a Payment Bond has been provided by a surety, file suit against the surety within the time frame required by the bond.

The usual remedy is to file to enforce all claims in one suit (see below, Procedures). In any case, we strongly recommend that your attorney handle the enforcement actions to perfect your lien claims.

Information Requirements: Program information and information for Exhibits A-D, terms and conditions contract (see above), and any additional costs as to legal fees, court costs and interest charges (do not pass these up. Estimate if necessary. In the case of Bond Claims, the public entities and sureties will reserve only the amount for which you make claim), and the county of the state where the recording will be made.

Form Types: Notice of Lien, Exhibit E documents, if any, and Exhibit's A-D, if needed.

Procedures: Prepare your documents using the required information. Serve the Notice of Lien immediately on the public entities, general contractors and sureties, if known.

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