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Is my signature going to be okay to sign a prelien as I am the one collecting the monies owed. Or does the President of our company sign as the Claimant on a prelien notice?

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When sending out prelien notices, is it okay if I sign as the Claimant as I'm in charge of collecting monies owed. Or does the President of our company need to be the signature on the prelien notice?

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Aug 8, 2018
That's a fair question. When a preliminary notice is sent on behalf of the company, the "claimant" is the company itself - and any agent of the company who is authorized to represent the company for the purposes of sending notice should be fine to sign that notice.
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