Maryland Notice of Intent to Lien Form

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About Maryland Notice of Intent to Lien Form

Fill out the form to download your free Maryland Notice of Intent to Lien Form. You can fill out the form with a PDF editor, or by hand after printing. Use this form to send a notice of intent to lien in the state of Maryland.

A Maryland Notice of Intent to Lien (NOI) is a critical step to secure your MD mechanics lien rights on private construction projects. This Maryland NOI form is required to be sent by all potential claimants who didn’t contract with the property owner no later than 120 days after last furnishing labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the project is a single-family dwelling on the owner’s land for use as their own residence, the notice should be sent as early as possible, since lien claims on such projects are limited to the unpaid balance due to the GC.

This notice should be served by either (1) registered or certified mail, with return receipt requested; or personal delivery.

Information you need to complete your MD Notice of Intent to Lien Form
  • Claimant information;
  • Hiring party information;
  • Property description;
  • Amount earned to date;
  • Amount currently owned but unpaid;
  • Description of the labor/materials provided;
  • Dates labor/materials were first and last furnished; &
  • Affirmation that the info on the notice is true.
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Stuck? Not sure what to do next? Read: Maryland Notice of Intent Guide & FAQs

References

Maryland Mechanics Lien Law- Md. Code, Real Prop. §9-104

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Maryland County Recorders

Looking to file/record a mechanics lien in Maryland? You'll need to get your Maryland mechanics lien filed and recorded with the county recorder in the county where the construction project is located. Here is a listing of all county recorders in Maryland. Click on any county to find more information about how to get your lien recorded in that county.

Baltimore City
City of Baltimore Land Records
110 North Calvert St, Rm 610
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202
phone: 410-333-3760
fax:

Worcester
Registry of Deeds
90 Front St
Worcester, Maryland, 1608
phone: 5087987717
fax:

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