If a business with one physical business address falls on a piece of land that is split between 4-5 multiple plots with their own unique APN's and Situs Addresses differing from the known business address, which address should one use for notices, especially when they divide the building and you regularly do work all over the building? Should the address on monthly notices and legal descriptions reference them all?
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In situations where the business operates on multiple plots with different addresses, it's advisable to review any relevant legal documents, such as leases, property deeds, or contracts, to determine if there are any provisions specifying the address to be used for notices. These documents may provide guidance on on which address should be used.
Ensure that the chosen address aligns with the legal requirements for providing notices. Consult local laws and regulations to determine the specific address format and information that should be included in notices.
In the event a lien filing would be required - including as much information as is relevant and possible is typically a good idea. After all, missing information could be fatal to a claim and could cost dearly. But the bottom line remains the same for both mechanics liens and notices - including additional information about the property/properties where work is being performed is much better than providing too little information, and when lien rights could be on the line, the risk of what could be lost by providing too little information far outweighs the cost of adding that information to notices and lien claims. Tower Defense