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Nevada Revised Statutes 108.245 - Notice of right to lien: Form; service; effect

Nevada Revised Statutes > Title 9 > Chapter 108 > Mechanics’ And Materialmen’S Liens > § 108.245. Notice of right to lien: Form; service; effect


Current as of: 2009

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 5, every lien claimant, other than one who performs only labor, who claims the benefit of NRS 108.221 to 108.246, inclusive, shall, at any time after the first delivery of material or performance of work or services under a contract, deliver in person or by certified mail to the owner of the property a notice of right to lien in substantially the following form:

 

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO LIEN

To: ..................................................

      (Owner’s name and address)

 

      The undersigned notifies you that he or she has supplied materials or equipment or performed work or services as follows:

 

                                                                                                                                               

(General description of materials, equipment, work or services)

for improvement of property identified as (property description or street address) under contract with (general contractor or subcontractor). This is not a notice that the undersigned has not been or does not expect to be paid, but a notice required by law that the undersigned may, at a future date, record a notice of lien as provided by law against the property if the undersigned is not paid.

 

                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                        (Claimant)

 

A subcontractor or equipment or material supplier who gives such a notice must also deliver in person or send by certified mail a copy of the notice to the prime contractor for information only. The failure by a subcontractor to deliver the notice to the prime contractor is a ground for disciplinary proceedings against the subcontractor under chapter 624 of NRS but does not invalidate the notice to the owner.

 

      2.  Such a notice does not constitute a lien or give actual or constructive notice of a lien for any purpose.

      3.  No lien for materials or equipment furnished or for work or services performed, except labor, may be perfected or enforced pursuant to NRS 108.221 to 108.246, inclusive, unless the notice has been given.

      4.  The notice need not be verified, sworn to or acknowledged.

      5.  A prime contractor or other person who contracts directly with an owner or sells materials directly to an owner is not required to give notice pursuant to this section.

      6.  A lien claimant who is required by this section to give a notice of right to lien to an owner and who gives such a notice has a right to lien for materials or equipment furnished or for work or services performed in the 31 days before the date the notice of right to lien is given and for the materials or equipment furnished or for work or services performed anytime thereafter until the completion of the work of improvement.

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