Florida state law allows only 45 days from your first day on the job to file a notice to owner your intent that you are working on a project as a subcontractor and expect to be paid. The best course of action is to file your notice to owner as soon as you begin or before you start a job. Sending a notice to owner is an inexpensive way to secure your lien rights. The Notice Zone can make that process easier for you.
Once you supply us with the name and address of the project, the name and address of the party that hired you and your name and address we will take care of the rest. The project is researched thoroughly so that all parties required receive the notice to owner form. Once you submit your notice to owner you will receive a confirmation that it was received. The research begins by searching tax records, property records, and permit records. This is done to make sure the form are filled out correctly and that all parties concerned are contacted.
The forms are then sent by certified mail usually within 48 hours of your submittal. The letter is tracked and the confirmation of delivery is recorded. Using certified mail you have a sign document that the notice was received. Copies of all documents are sent to you and also kept on file should you ever need the information in the future. Rest assured that the correct research has been done and all the documents that are required by Florida property lien laws have been filed.
We are here 7 days a week to answer your calls and emails regarding your notice to owner. We also offer notice of nonpayment and notice of intent to lien services. These timely service can be critical to your business ownership. Our commitment to fast service is what we are all about.