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Home>Levelset Community>Legal Help>we are a material supplier looking to file a lien in texas against a GC. (we have a contract with a GC for a non-residential project.) materials were last supplied july 2018. do we only need to supply a 3rd month notice to the GC and owner, or do we have to do both the 2 month and the 3 month? which is correct? zlien support staff could not give me a definite answer.

we are a material supplier looking to file a lien in texas against a GC. (we have a contract with a GC for a non-residential project.) materials were last supplied july 2018. do we only need to supply a 3rd month notice to the GC and owner, or do we have to do both the 2 month and the 3 month? which is correct? zlien support staff could not give me a definite answer.

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Sep 19, 2018
Texas notice deadlines and requirements can be very confusing. Generally, parties who do not have a contract with the property owner must send "monthly" notice(s) a certain time after each month in which labor or materials were furnished and for which the claimant remains unpaid.

For parties who contract with the GC on non-residential projects, the monthly notice deadline is the 15th day of the 3rd month following each month work was performed and unpaid. Such notice must go to the owner and the GC.

Lower-tiered subcontractors (sub-subs) on non-residential projects must also deliver a notice by the 15th day of the second month following each month work was performed and unpaid, as well.

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