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We are currently working with GC @ a louisiana project. We are a labor subcontractor. From reading here we are not required to send a prelien notice. This job is ongoing and will be done by December. We have not been paid For may or June and would like to know what...Prompt payment law for LA
Does this law pertain to Medical claims for surgeons and hospitals?Do I need to send a preliminary notice for individual properties if I have an MSA in place?
I am a factor, and my client has an MSA in place to perform work upon receipt of a purchase order. Each PO issued has been specific to a different address, so do I need to send preliminary notice each time my client receives a PO or is notice sent for the...Do I need to keep sending preliminary notices with each material shipment?
We are a material supplier in many states (LA, MS, TX, AL, etc). When we have a long project, do we only send the one preliminary notice at the beginning, or do we send a new preliminary notice with the updated amount for each new shipment?We had your office send out a preliminary notice for our client at the end of June. Our client was a demolition sub-subcontractor on the project. His last day on the project was in late April. When we had the notice of intent sent, it was our understanding that the project was ongoing. We have just learned that the contract under which our client was working was a contract for “Phase 1- Demolition” and that the contract had been filed and a notice of termination had been filed on May 10, 2019. The questions we have are: (1) does this preclude the filing of a lien because of timing; (2) if so, are we required to do anything further with regard to the notice of intent that was filed (i.e., does it have to be withdrawn (3) does it matter if our client was not informed of the filing of the notice of termination until July 18th?
We represent a demolition sub-subcontractor on a commercial project in Louisiana. See question for additional details.