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Does general Contractor in California need to serve the homeowner 20 days plamenery notce in order to have lien rights?

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Jul 16, 2018
Good question! In California, prime contractors are only required to provide preliminary notice to the construction lender if one is present. Of course, all parties (other than laborers) must provide preliminary notice to the property owner, the prime contractor, and to the lender (if one is present). For more on California notice requirements, zlien has a free, downloadable guide and forms. Alternatively, try zlien's California Lien & Notice FAQs.
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