Notice of Intent to Foreclose Form

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A Notice of Intent to Foreclose is a voluntary document, but it’s a powerful one. The Notice of Intent to Foreclose document serves as a sort of “warning shot” – the claimant is showing that, if payment is not made, they won’t hesitate to foreclose/enforce their mechanics lien. Often, a property owner or contractor will be persuaded to make payment after receiving a Notice of Intent to Foreclose.

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