South Dakota
Preliminary Notice-Private Works

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Description: Notice of Furnishing Labor or Materials

Scope: State of South Dakota, Private Work.

Time Constraints: None. This notice is not specifically required by this state.  However, no sub-subcontractor or supplier to a subcontractor is entitled to extend a lien on a project on which the prime contractor has filed a Notice of Project Commencement unless the sub-subcontractor/supplier has first provided a Notice of Furnishing Labor or Materials by certified or registered mail to the contractor identified in the Notice of Project Commencement and has provided a copy of the notice to the owner of record.  Notice may not be made later than 60 days after doing the last of such work or furnishing the last item of such skill, services, material, or machinery, and the post office receipt for mailing such notice shall be attached to the lien and filed in the office of Register of Deeds.

As a matter of practice, we strongly urge you to always send the Notice of Furnishing Labor or Materials whether a Notice of Project Commencement has been been sent to you or not.

Information Requirements: The information required by the program.

Form Types: of Furnishing Labor or Materials

Procedures: Enter the program data, including Additional Legal Parties or Releases for Other Companies. Copies of all of the forms should be sent to the owner and general contractor, if any.

Important: This notice has no legal effect for this state except as an advisory to the parties involved in a job. It is neither required nor necessary to the establishment of your lien rights.

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