Alaska Claim Of Lien Form

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About Alaska Claim Of Lien Form

If unpaid on a private (residential / commercial / industrial construction project in Alaska, you can file a Claim of Lien (a Mechanics Lien) against the property. This mechanics lien document must be recorded in the Alaska recording district where the land is located. It must be notarized and verified by the actual claimant, and not simply an agent of the claimant. Further, if the claimant is not a company but is an individual, it is important that the mechanics lien form contains following text: “The claimant is an individual as defined under AS 34.35.120(10), entitled to special priority for this lien claim.”

Fill out the form on the right to download your Alaska Claim Of Lien Form. Use this form to file a lien in Alaska.

Alaska Claim Of Lien Form

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FAQs about Alaska Claim Of Lien Form

Recent Questions & Answers About Alaska Mechanics Lien
Can a lien be contested in court?

When a lien is placed, can the homeowner contest it in court?

How long is the Lien active?

The wording is ambiguous, please explain- If a lien is placed on a property- how long is it in place? Does it time-out if not...

I am send our last invoice (retainage) to the General Contractor on a commercial project and have a invoice dating back to March 2018 which has not been paid, can I submit a preliminary notice with my retainage invoice for the amount of the retainage plus the amount of the March 2018 invoice?

Currently have an open invoice send on March 2018 which has not been paid. That was our last invoice for labor. The project was completed...

I worked for a GC in Florida. I was the project manager on the job and have not been paid for expenses, services and materials paid for on the job. The owner has Never made the final payment the the GC and don’t know if they are. I sent out a notice to there owner and the GC today. Do I have to wait to file my lien? I have blank lien. Do I sign and sent to the county of records to have recorded and do I need to send to the owner also.

Questions about filing the lien. I sent owner a notice and also to the GC. When can I file my lien and where do I...

Can a subcontractor place a lien on a general contractors business if he was paid but didn’t pay the sub?

I was hired to do a job on a grocery store by a contractor. We had a written contract with a 60 day payment due...

Contractor did not finish pool construction phase. I asked him to finish minor items before collecting payment and refused. What do I do?

What's the best approach? Can he file a lien?

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