Pennsylvania
Notice of Intent-Private Works

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Document Title: Formal Notice to Owner.

Scope: State of Pennsylvania, Private Work

Time Constraints: You must be a contractor or subcontractor of the project to make a lien claim. You must also have served the owner with a preliminary notice before serving a notice of intent. Please see the memo for the Pennsylvania preliminary notice, private works, for more information.

You must serve a Notice of Intent to File a Lien at least 30 days before actually filing your Claim of Lien (Mechanics). Serve by certified mail or personal service on the owner and surety, if known. You may optionally serve the general contractor and your customer, but they are not required. Failure to supply the require notice can negate your right to a lien unless rule by owner applies (See the Pennsylvania Bond or Lien Claim, Private Work, memo for more information on Rule by Owner).

Information Requirements: Program information.

Form Types: Formal Notice to Owner, and Exhibits A-D, if needed.

Procedures: Send copies of the prepared forms by certified mail to the owner and sureties (if known) within the time constraints above, and optionally to the prime contractors and your customer. This will satisfy your notice requirement.

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