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If we have a customer who is doing a very large residential area with numerous lots

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If we have a customer who is doing a very large residential area with numerous lots that could be individually NOC's on but are all part of a subdivision... Is there a way to NTO the entire subdivision of lots or do they have to be NTO's as individual lots?

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Jan 17, 2019
That's a good question, and it's one we get pretty regularly here. Before getting too far along, zlien has a great resource on this topic: Florida Notice to Owner — Do You Have to Send More Than One? Anyway, when a development project is still owned by one party and there is one prime contract for work spanning all of the separate properties, one NTO may be acceptable. However, if the properties have been divided and sold, only sending one NTO could be perilous for lien rights. Further, if the work being provided to multiple lots was broken up into multiple prime contracts, only sending one NTO for the multiple properties could also result in the loss of rights. Finally, this resource may be helpful for other NTO and lien questions: Florida Lien & Notice FAQs.
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