Recent Questions & Answers About New Mexico Preliminary NoticeIm filing a Mechanics Lien in the state of New Mexico. I was hired by the owners agent and not the GC. I did not file a Pre-lien notice and the 90 day period has passed. Would it be of any advantage to file it now?
I provided invoice and was paid a deposit to start work and not paid the balance after items were installed.In New Mexico, it indicates that a preliminary notice must be sent 60 days from beginning work if (1) claimant doesn’t contract with owner or GC, (2) the amount due is greater than $5,000.00, AND (3) the project is not on a residential property in less than 4 dwellings. Is this all or nothing in regards to sending the preliminary notice?
We have a project in which we are contracted with the GC, the project is greater than $5,000.00, and it has more than 4 dwellings....How does the ‘Date Labor or Materials First Delivered’ apply to a Subcontractor whose scope of work includes detailing, fabrication and installation?
When putting in the "Date Labor or Materials First Delivered", should I use the date that our office very first begins detailing the project (in...