If you’re struggling to get paid on a construction project, the Notice of Intent to Lien is a valuable document to have in your arsenal. A Notice of Intent to Lien can help you speed up payment and avoid write-offs. Sending a notice of intent is a cheap, easy, and incredibly effective tool for contractors and suppliers.
Some states actually require contractors and suppliers to send a notice of intent to lien before filing a mechanics lien. Required in six states, and very useful in all fifty, this document can be one of the most powerful documents in speeding up slow payment or past due invoices.
Thousands of Levelset users have gotten paid by sending a notice of intent. Download our easy-to-read, 2-pg. guide to learn more about the notice of intent and how it can help you, and explain the following:
- Why sending a Notice of Intent is worthwhile
- How this document works to get you paid without harming relationships
- Who to send a Notice of Intent to
- How to send a Notice of Intent and meet state-specific requirements