Pennsylvania Formal Notice of Intent to File Lien by Corporation or LLC
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A subcontractor who provides labor and/or material for the alteration and repair of property is required to provide the owner with a Preliminary Notice of Intent to Claim Lien. However, regardless of whether the subcontractor is required to provide a preliminary notice, a subcontractor is ALSO required to provide the property owner with a Formal Notice of Intention to Claim Lien. A Formal Notice must be provided at least thirty (30) days before a lien claim is filed and must be served on the property owner in person, or on his agent, or by first class, registered or certified mail.
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