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Wisconsin Subcontractor Notice of Intent to File Lien

Subcontractor Preliminary Notice in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, subcontractors may only make a lien claim if they submit a Notice of Intent to File a Lien within statutory time limits.

No lien claim may be filed or action brought thereon unless, at least thirty (30) days before timely filing of the lien claim, the lien claimant serves on the owner a written notice of intent to file a lien claim. WIS. STAT. 779.06(2). The notice is required to be given whether or not the claimant has been required to and has given a previous notice. Id. It also briefly describes the nature of the claim, its amount, and the land and improvement to which it relates. Id.

This article is provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for the advice from a legal professional. Please contact an attorney with questions about preliminary notice by a subcontractor, or any other issues related to liens in Wisconsin.

Deeds.com Wisconsin Subcontractor Notice of Intent to File Lien Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday January 16, 2020

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