Minnesota statutes require a contractor to supply property owners for whom he provides labor, skill, or material, with a form notice as set out in M.S.A. § 514.011. This form notice serves to make the property owner aware that a lien may result from his work and that the owner may withhold payment for subcontractors and other similar parties. If the contractor has an actual contract with the owner, then the notice must be contained in the contract itself and a copy provided to the owner. If there is no contract, this form can be used to provide the appropriate notice. A contractor who does not provide the required notice may not claim a lien or any other remedies provided by statute.