Alaska Notice of Right to Lien Form
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Fill out the fields to download the free Alaska Notice of Right to Lien Form. This form may be used by any party on a private, residential construction project to provide preliminary notice in Alaska.
Who should use the Notice of Right to Claim Lien form
Providing preliminary notice is not a prerequisite to filing an Alaska mechanics lien. However, the Notice of Right to Lien form may be used by General Contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers to provide extra protection on a construction project in Alaska.
When parties provide this form to the property owner before they begin work on the project, it serves as proof that the owner had knowledge of your presence and work on the project. This is valuable if a lien enforcement action is necessary.
Construction parties may also record the notice with the recorder’s office in the Alaska borough where the property is located. If recorded, the notice of right to lien can extend the time in which a project participant may file a valid and enforceable lien if a notice of completion is filed on the project.
How to use this form
After downloading the form, fill out the form fields completely and accurately. Once completed, the form may be sent to the property owner before you begin work on the project. In addition, you may file with the county clerk in the Alaska county where the property is located. Recording may take place at any time after signing the contract, or after first furnishing labor or materials to the project. View a list of all Alaska recorder offices, with contact and filing information.
This form was prepared by construction attorneys to meet the requirements found in Alaska Stat. §34-35-064.
After completing the Alaska Notice of Right to Lien Form, you must deliver it to the appropriate parties required by statute. Notices are typically served on the property owner and, for sub-tier parties, the general contractor. However, depending on the type of notice, it can be helpful to send notices to anyone else who is in charge of your payment, like a lender or surety company on the project.
Others are asking about Alaska Preliminary Notice
I worked for a GC in Florida. I was the project manager on the job and have not been paid for expenses, services and materials paid for on the job. The owner has Never made the final payment the the GC and don't know if they are. I sent out a notice to there owner and the GC today. Do I have to wait to file my lien? I have blank lien. Do I sign and sent to the county of records to have recorded and do I need to send to the owner also.
Additionally, if the contractor posted a payment bond, and the property owner recorded the bond with his Notice of Commencement, all lien claimants who did not contract directly with the owner must serve the contractor a Notice to Contractor within 45 days of the date on which they first supplied labor or materials.
Regarding the lien claim itself, Florida law requires that all lien claimants file their mechanics lien within 90 days of the date they last supplied labor or materials. And filing is not the last step, the lien must also be served on the property owner within 15 days of being recorded.
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Other forms to use in Alaska
Alaska County Recorders
Looking to file/record a mechanics lien in Alaska? You'll need to get your Alaska mechanics lien filed and recorded with the county recorder in the county where the construction project is located. Here is a listing of all county recorders in Alaska. Click on any county to find more information about how to get your lien recorded in that county.
550 West 7th Ave, Suite 108
Anchorage, Alaska, 99501-3564
110 Trading Bay Road - #190
Kenai, Alaska, 99611
550 west 7th ave suite 1200
Anchorage, Alaska, 99501
400 Willoughby Ave
Juneau, Alaska, 99811-1013
phone: (907) 465-2514
550 W. 7th Ave, Suite 1360
Anchorage, Alaska, 99501-3557
phone: (907) 269-8400
fax: (907) 269-8901