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Home>Levelset Community>Legal Help>We are providing materials, dump trucks and drivers for a hotel construction here in Oregon. The job site location address right now is 19710 NW Tanasbourne Dr., Hillboro OR 97124 and we were told that his address will change on 11-1-17 to 9790 NE Tanasbourne, Hillsboro OR 97124. My question is what job address I need to use to file an 8 Day Preliminary Lien now. Thank you very much! I really appreciate your help.

We are providing materials, dump trucks and drivers for a hotel construction here in Oregon. The job site location address right now is 19710 NW Tanasbourne Dr., Hillboro OR 97124 and we were told that his address will change on 11-1-17 to 9790 NE Tanasbourne, Hillsboro OR 97124. My question is what job address I need to use to file an 8 Day Preliminary Lien now. Thank you very much! I really appreciate your help.

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I am trying to file an 8-day preliminary lien

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Sep 14, 2017
The requirements for Oregon's Notice of Right to Lien are set forth generally by ORS § 87.021 and § 87.021. While the time period to provide the notice is short (8 days, as you mentioned) there are some other aspects that may be worth taking a look at, here.

This particular notice is not "filed" but is sent to the owner (and potentially others with an interest in the property) via registered or certified mail. Accordingly, the property description is for information purposes, rather than indexing purposes. It is likely sufficient to use the address for the property contained on your contract (or the building permit) - the address to which the labor and materials were furnished. But, if you want add more information there's nothing keeping you from doing so; (i.e. the property located at 19710 (9790) NW Tanasbourne Dr., Hillboro OR 97124; or 19710 NW Tanasbourne Dr., Hillboro OR 97124, which upon information and belief will eventually be known as 9790 NW Tanasbourne Dr., Hillboro OR 97124.

Additionally, while it is always a good idea to send notice. On commercial projects, "a person who performs labor . . . or provides labor and material . . . or who rents equipment" is generally not specifically required to provide the Notice of Right to Lien UNLESS they were material suppliers that solely provided material and performed no labor.
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