Iowa Notice by Sub-Subcontractor Form

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On an owner-occupied residential project, notice to owner of providing labor/materials must be provided when starting work. A sub-sub on a non-residential project must provide notice to the prime contractor within 30 days of furnishing labor or materials. Suppliers must provide notice to prime contractor within 30 days of first providing materials if the materials were provided to a sub on a non-residential project.

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