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Can I file a mechanics lien in Oregon?

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I work for a company that is a subcontractor for a commercial project in OR. The job is around 93% complete. We want to file a mechanic's lien for this project. The Levelset system is telling me that our Notice of Rights to Lien expired on 5/3/22. I don't believe we sent that notice. Is this required to lien? Can we still lien? The project began in April 2022.

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May 22, 2023

Yes you can. Commercial projects in Oregon do not require those notices. Only residential. I just liened a commercial project that was started in July 2022. Although Levelset still doesn't show that the project is even has a lien on it. We were a sub on it. I used RoHillCo and our attorney advised. Lien has been filed and now we wait to foreclose on the lien. First you need to send the 10 day intent to lien, if nothing happens in the 10 days then file the lien. 

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May 25, 2023

Typically In oregon you have 75 days from the date of substantial completion or last supplies delivered to the project. If you haven't filed now It may be too late but it's not too late to still Try to secure your Collections I handle Accounts just like this on the daily and help secure Payment or even execute on those liens on your behalf. I'd Love to talk to you more on this and even see if i can help Give me and my firm a call at 972-872-8783 so we can see where we can help 

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May 26, 2023

When it comes to filing a mechanics lien in Oregon, it is essential to understand the specific laws and regulations that govern the process. Mechanics liens are legal tools that contractors and suppliers can utilize to protect their rights to payment for construction work or materials provided. it is advisable to seek professional guidance or consult reliable resources such as . These resources can provide valuable insights and information to help navigate the complexities of filing a mechanics lien in Oregon successfully. In Oregon, the process for filing a mechanics lien involves several steps and requirements, including the timely filing of the lien, proper documentation, and adherence to statutory deadlines. To gain a comprehensive understanding of the mechanics lien process in Oregon and ensure compliance with all legal requirements, 

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