Wyoming
Notice of Intent-Private Works

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Description: Notice of Intent to File a Lien or Bond Claim.

Scope: State of Wyoming, Private Work

Time Constraints: You must serve a Notice of Intent to File a Lien within 20 days before you actually file your lien claim (you must serve a lien claim within 90 days, so give yourself some time). Serve by certified mail or personal service on the owners, general contractors and sureties, if known. You may optionally serve your customer, but is not required. Failure to supply the required notice can negate your right to a lien (See the Wyoming Bond or Lien Claim, Private Work, memo for more information). You must have also served a Notice of the Right to File a Lien, or your Notice of Intent will have no effect. See the Wyoming Preliminary Notice, Private Work, for more information.

Information Requirements: Program information.

Form Types: Notice of Intent to File a Lien or Bond Claim, 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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