Through This Kit We Will Teach You How to Prepare and Serve a Pre-Lien Notice Just Like a Construction Lawyer! Let’s Get Started!
All The Essential Documents & Tools
This Kit contains all of the Essential Documents that you will ever need to Prepare and Serve a Pre-Lien Notice on a Residential Project to include:
- Second Month Pre-Lien Notice.
- Second Month Pre-Lien Notice Payment Demand Letter.
- Notice of Contractual Retainage.
- The Mechanics Lien Law Summary.
- Step-By-Step Instructions and Training from Construction Lawyers.
See Below for a Detailed Description of the Documents Contained in this Kit.
Quick & Easy To Prepare
Each Document has been created in Microsoft Word and is easily modified in either “Word for Windows” or “Word for Mac”. To complete a Document, you simply place your cursor over the bracketed yellow highlighted text and begin typing the requested Project information. As soon as you start typing, the yellow pre-existing text automatically disappears and is replaced with your Project information. You can also easily modify the tone of a Document, add new text, or remove pre-existing text by cutting, pasting, or typing in new text just like you would with any other Word Document. After becoming familiar with how to create a Document, Most Documents can be Prepared in 10 Minutes or Less.
Step-By-Step Instructions and Training
We make preparing, filing, and serving each Document quick and easy! In fact, we have already done almost everything for you. Through step-by-step Instructions created by Construction Lawyers, we walk you through each and every step of the process to include: (1) how to finalize the Document to make it specific to your Project, (2) when, where, and how to file the Document, and (3) when, how, and who to serve the Document on. It’s simple! Moreover, if you need assistance, our Construction Lawyers are here to help!
Instant, Reusable & Guaranteed!
Downloading the Kit is easy! First, click the “Add to Cart” button to checkout. Second, upon completing the checkout process you will download the Kit directly to your computer. Third, open the Kit and click the “Begin Here” file to start preparing your first Lien Document. It’s really that simple! All of the Kit Documents are yours to keep and are designed to be reused over and over again on all future Projects. Plus, if the Lien laws change, we will provide you with a new updated Kit free of charge. If you are dissatisfied with the Kit, return it for a full refund, no questions asked.
DESCRIPTION OF KIT DOCUMENTS & TOOLS
This mandatory Second Month Pre-Lien Notice must be served by all Claimants who were not hired by the Property Owner before filing a Lien. This Notice is typically sent early in the Mechanics Lien Filing Process; typically just shortly after payment has become past due. With that in mind, we have created a non-confrontational Notice that includes all of the required Pre-Lien Notice language and at the same time, advises the parties that it is a mandatory Notice that is simply being served to preserve your Mechanics Lien rights in the event of nonpayment. This is the type of Notice that you can routinely send on all Projects without negatively affecting the business relationship. If you require a more forceful Notice, see below.
This is the same mandatory Second Month Pre-Lien Notice described above; however, you will want to consider using this version of the Notice on those Projects where you are no longer concerned about the business relationship and want to use all of your legal options to enforce payment now! In addition to the statutory Pre-Lien Notice language, we have included a forceful payment demand and allegations that the Trust Fund Statute and the Prompt Payment Act have been violated, along with a threat that if payment is not immediately made a Mechanics Lien will be recorded against the Property followed by a Lawsuit to foreclose. This is the type of Notice that commands immediate attentionon.
If your contract with the General Contractor or the Subcontractor who hired you allows the withholding of contractual retainage from your monthly progress payments, then you must send this Notice before you can file a Lien for any remaining unpaid contractual retainage. This Notice only applies to withheld contractual retainage. The Notice must be served on the Property Owner and the General Contractor by the earlier of: (1) 30 days of completing the work under your contract; or (2) within 30 days of completion of the overall Project.
This Kit includes a copy of “The Mechanics Lien Law Summary” which outlines the Mechanics Lien Filing Process, the Mechanics Lien Laws, tricks, and secrets used to enforce payment on a Texas construction Project.
- CREATED BY CONSTRUCTION LAWYERS
- STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS AND TRAINING
- QUICK AND EASY TO PREPARE
- ENTIRE KIT INSTANTLY DOWNLOADABLE
- ALL DOCUMENTS ARE REUSABLE FOR FUTURE PROJECTS
- ALL DOCUMENTS EASILY MODIFIED IN MICROSOFT WORD–PC OR MAC