Minnesota Mechanics Lien Form

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Mechanics Lien Form

About Minnesota Mechanics Lien Form

When unpaid on a construction project, those providing materials or services in Minnesota can file a Mechanics Lien Statement. This must be filed and served upon property parties within 120 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials to the project.

Fill out the form on the right to download your Minnesota Mechanics Lien Form. Use this form to file a lien in Minnesota.

Minnesota Mechanics Lien Form

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Recent Questions & Answers About Minnesota Mechanics Lien
Help with payment when I didn’t file the Preliminary Notice

Hi - I have a very difficult client who is resorting to finger-pointing and lies to get out of paying our last 2 invoices. I...

What can a roofing contractor do to me, if I do not pay his final bill?

I had my home reroofed and there are approximately $2,000 in items that were not done on the house and I think were "padded" for...

What should I do.

I'm currently working with Levelset on a lien. The customer gave me a check that's $4400 (lien amount) less than what it should've been. Once...

What are the laws in Minnesota on a lein from a contractor?

I had a contractor do some outside painting for me and it was bubbling and not scrapped and sanded properly. he fixed some of the...

In MN if a pre-lien is not given and we are within 90 days of completion on a residential project are we as a subcontractor able to lien a project where the general is going out of business?

We have a spec home a builder built and 1 other large project that we just completed and the builder is not paying us and...

If we as buyers purchased and installed windows and shingles on a home that we have now chosen to walk away from (purchase agreement is long expired; window and shingle install happened in April) can we file a materials lien against the property if the party who is financing the project refuses to reimburse us?

It is very messy and complicated.

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