Wisconsin Mechanics Lien Form for General Contractors

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Mechanics Lien Form for General Contractors

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Wisconsin Lien must be filed within 6 months from last providing labor or materials, and enforced within 2 years from the filing. Remember, however, that a Notice of Intent must be served at least 30 days before the expiration of this 6 month period.

This mechanics lien form is for parties who contracted directly with the owner of the property. If you did not contract directly with the owner, check out the Wisconsin Mechanics Lien Form for Subconstractors.

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

Wisconsin Mechanics Lien Form for General Contractors

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How do I hold shoddy contractor accountable?

Last year my basement flooded. I hired a company to waterproof and resurface the floor. The contractor suggested a "2 inch skim coat." It is...

Notice of intent ?

Notice of intent to file lien. Does that have to be filed or can email notice be sufficient

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If we build a storage silo in Wisconsin and ship into Ontario Canada - and the customer does not pay their last payment can we...

Can we file for a lien even if we did not send Notice of Lien Rights to the homeowner in Wisconsin?

We signed the agreement with the homeowner to do the job on 09/08/2018. The work did not start until 05/23/2019 and we finished 6/3/19. We...

Can I hire a new company?

We had our floors installed by a company. We paid 50% down., per the invoice we received when paying. They did not finish installing the...

In Wisconsin and we are providing labor to a subcontractor for a piece of property, are we disallowed to file a lien? I’m not sure if we are working on a residential or commercial job yet but in general are we prohibited or not because of the concrete work?Thank you.Tim Griffin

In Wisconsin and we are providing labor to a subcontractor for a piece of property, are we disallowed to file a lien? I'm not sure...

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