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Is an Engineer Firm required to send a Preliminary Notice in any states?

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We work in many states, how do I know whether a Preliminary NOtice applies to Engineering Firms?

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Sep 22, 2020

If the property against which the lien is being claimed is residential, the claimant must first file a NUB (Notice of Unpaid Balance), as well as file a demand for arbitration with the Amercian Arbitration Asscoiation.

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