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Does a Arizona Intent to Lien have to be notarized?

ArizonaNotice of Intent to Lien

Did a remodel job the owner never paid I already filed the 20 day notice need to know intent to lien has to be notarized

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Jan 25, 2021
A preliminary 20-day notice does not need to be notarized. When you record the lien, the notice and claim of lien filed with the county recorder's office must be notarized.
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