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The Intent to Lien form Format is WRONG

Colorado

I went to use the Intent to Lien Form and the format is not correct

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Jun 3, 2019
In Colorado, while a Notice of Intent to Lien is a required document, the Colorado Revised Statutes doesn't actually set out a certain form or format for a Notice of Intent to Lien. So, while a format may seem unfamiliar, the format looking different from another Notice of Intent to Lien document found elsewhere might look a little different - and both may be absolutely valid. Now, there is certain information that must be included on the form - and if some of that information seems to be incorrect or missing, then that would certainly need to be addressed.

If you could reach out to Levelset's Help Expert team, it might be easier to sort out any specific issue that may be present on the form - and we'd love to take care of that for you right away. They can be reached at mail@levelset.com, via live chat on the Levelset.com home page, or you can give us a call at 866-720-5436. We appreciate your help here, and we're looking forward to sorting this out.
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