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What address for project do we need to put if project has multiple lots?

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Hello, We are stating a project for new construction residential community in WA State. We are providing labor and material associated with plumbing. Our company hired by General Contractor. We are ready to start process of issuing Preliminary Notice for this job. What address for project do we need to put? It has multiple lots. Thank you!

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Apr 19, 2019
That's a good question, and I'm glad to hear you're embracing preliminary notices! When a project spans multiple lots, it might be a good idea to include the address of every lot on the preliminary notice. But, a Washington preliminary notice (also called a "Notice to Owner" in Washington) only requires a description of the property made by "Street address or general location" under § 60.04.031(4) of the state's lien statute. So, it appears there's a little wiggle room there. But, in order to be effective and helpful for all project participants, a notice should identify the project location as clearly and effectively as possible. I hope that was helpful! For more information on Washington notices, this resource should be valuable: Washington Notice and Lien Overview.
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