Notice of Completion (General) Form

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Sending a Notice of Completion, even when not required, can be beneficial for top of the chain parties. In states where lien deadlines run from project completion, determining when the project is actually complete is a common point of contention. Sending a non-required Notice of Completion can help solidify the date of completion, thus starting the clock for lien claimants and limiting the liability of top-of-chain parties like an Owner or General Contractor.

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