Mississippi Preliminary Notice Form

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Anyone furnishing labor, materials, equipment, or services to a Mississippi construction project who does not have a contract with the property owner or general contractor must provide a preliminary notice to the general contractor or owner within 30 days of first furnishing to the project. This is a new requirement embedded within the state’s 2014 law changes. This preliminary notice form can be used to fulfill the state’s new notice requirement.

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