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Does a Preliminary 20-Day Notice need to be notarized?

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I work for a new small business who does strictly shotcrete work, laying the concrete foundations for pools, and I've read up on preliminary notices and have come across multiple samples of the form that have a section listed for a notary. So I'm wondering if it is required to have the Preliminary 20-Day Notice notarized.

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Oct 21, 2021
A preliminary notice does not need to be notarized. Please be sure to use a Preliminary Notice form specific to projects in the State of California that contain the correct notifications to owner and information required to be provided.
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