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Georgia Notice to Contractor

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If a Notice of Commencement is properly and timely filed, then any potential lien claimant who does not have privity of contract with the contractor is required to respond to the Notice of Commencement of Improvement with the service of a written Notice to Contractor." In determining which potential lien claimants do not have privity of contract with "the contractor," it should be remembered that "contractor" is defined in the lien statute as a contractor having privity of contract with the owner of the real property. Architects, engineers, land surveyors and foresters are exempted from the required filing of a Notice to Contractor, even if they are not in privity of contract with the contractor. All other potential lien claimants must satisfy the following requirements in connection with the Notice to Contractor, or forfeit their lien rights.

What is a Georgia Notice to Contractor?

A Notice to Contractor informs the proper parties that a potential lienor will furnish, or already has furnished, materials, labor or other lienable items for the property to be improved.

A Notice to Contractor does not mean that a lien has been placed or filed against the property. It does not mean that a contractor has failed to pay the company who has given the notice.

However, in order to preserve lien rights, the Notice to Contractor must be served to the owner in a legally sufficient manner no later than 30 days after the lienor commences to furnish labor and or materials to the construction project job site. It is not uncommon for a property owner to receive several Notice to Contractors for a single project.

The single most important thing you can do to protect your money is to have Construction Notice™ file your Notice to Contractor.

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