Yes I filed a preliminary notice that has 2 addresses same owner same builder same project the preliminary lean information States Spring street and Broadway I'm working on the Broadway side

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May 10, 2019
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Jul 10, 2023


Based on the information provided, it seems that you have filed a preliminary notice related to a construction project involving two addresses owned by the same owner and built by the same builder. The project appears to be divided into two sections, with one section located on Spring Street and the other on Broadway. However, you specifically mentioned that you are working on the Broadway side.

Filing a preliminary notice is a common practice in the construction industry to protect the rights of contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers. By submitting a preliminary notice, you are notifying the property owner and other relevant parties that you are involved in the project and have potential lien rights.

The purpose of the preliminary notice is to establish your legal right to file a lien against the property if you are not paid for the work or materials provided. It is an important step to secure your financial interests and ensure that you have recourse in case of non-payment.

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Aug 21, 2023

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Sep 6, 2023

Ensure that you have accurately identified the property or project address where you are providing heardle services. In your case, you mentioned both Spring Street and Broadway. Make sure the addresses are correct and that you are working on the correct part of the project.  

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