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Home>Levelset Community>Legal Help>We are a general contractor working in retail stores. When we are required to summit a notice to lien or the copy of the lien to the own, would it be going to the mall address or the company owning the mall? Yes copies are being sent to the "tenant" which is our client.

We are a general contractor working in retail stores. When we are required to summit a notice to lien or the copy of the lien to the own, would it be going to the mall address or the company owning the mall? Yes copies are being sent to the "tenant" which is our client.

North DakotaNotice of Intent to LienPreliminary Notice

Large companies or trusts own the malls. We perform work for one of the stores in the mall. The tenant is our client by not the owner. For the owner's address, would it be the mall address or the company owning the mall?

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Jun 8, 2018
We get that question a lot on the Construction Legal Center, and it's a good one. Under North Dakota's mechanics lien statute, notices must be sent to the owner's address, which will often be different from the project address.
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