I have read from multiple sources that for Arizona owner-occupied residential projects, "Only parties who have a written contract with the owner-occupant may file a lien against an owner-occupied residential project.". Does this mean that a subcontractor who is only in contract with the prime contractor does not have lien rights? If so, what alternative recourse does the subcontractor have to recuperate funds owed?
This is a follow-up question to doing work in AZ.
Should our contract with the general contractor have certain language in it that extends to the owner-occupant? Is that possible?
Is a prelien notice to each owner-occupant enough, or do we need a contractual document?
Thank you in advance.
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