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Alaska Lien & Bond Claim Deadlines

What is your project type?
What is your role on the project?
Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (during or after work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement; however, it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The second notice is recorded at the recorder's office in the county of work, and its purpose is to secure the full 120-day deadline in the case that the customer files a Notice of Completion. Typically a Notice of Completion would shorten the Lien deadline to 15 days; the secondary notice reverses this deadline change from 15 days back to 120 days. For example, if your last day of work was June 15th, typically, your deadline to Lien would be October 13th. If the customer files a Notice of Completion on June 15th, your deadline becomes June 30th. If you respond with a Notice of Lien rights or have filed one during the project, your deadline goes back to October 13th.

Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (pre work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement,  however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The Pre-Work notice must be delivered to the owner and serves one purpose-- it places the legal burden of proof on the owner rather than on you. This means that the owner has to prove that they were unaware of their financial obligations to the project which works in your favor.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

In most cases, a Claim of Lien must be filed within 120 days after the last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the owner files a Notice of Completion you only have 15 days to file the Lien from the time of filing. If you file a Notice of Right to Lien during that 15 day window or during the project the deadline reverts to 120 days again

Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (during or after work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement; however, it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The second notice is recorded at the recorder's office in the county of work, and its purpose is to secure the full 120-day deadline in the case that the customer files a Notice of Completion. Typically a Notice of Completion would shorten the Lien deadline to 15 days; the secondary notice reverses this deadline change from 15 days back to 120 days. For example, if your last day of work was June 15th, typically, your deadline to Lien would be October 13th. If the customer files a Notice of Completion on June 15th, your deadline becomes June 30th. If you respond with a Notice of Lien rights or have filed one during the project, your deadline goes back to October 13th.

Preliminary Notice
Before work begins

Notice of Right to Lien (Pre-Work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement, however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The Pre-Work notice must be delivered to the owner and serves one purpose-- it places the legal burden of proof on the owner rather than on you. This means that the owner has to prove that they were unaware of their financial obligations to the project which works in your favor.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

In most cases, a Claim of Lien must be filed within 120 days after the last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the owner files a Notice of Completion you only have 15 days to file the Lien from the time of filing. If you file a Notice of Right to Lien during that 15 day window or during the project the deadline reverts to 120 days again

Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (during or after work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement; however, it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The second notice is recorded at the recorder's office in the county of work, and its purpose is to secure the full 120-day deadline in the case that the customer files a Notice of Completion. Typically a Notice of Completion would shorten the Lien deadline to 15 days; the secondary notice reverses this deadline change from 15 days back to 120 days. For example, if your last day of work was June 15th, typically, your deadline to Lien would be October 13th. If the customer files a Notice of Completion on June 15th, your deadline becomes June 30th. If you respond with a Notice of Lien rights or have filed one during the project, your deadline goes back to October 13th.

Preliminary Notice
Before work begins

Notice of Right to Lien (Pre-Work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement, however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The Pre-Work notice must be delivered to the owner and serves one purpose-- it places the legal burden of proof on the owner rather than on you. This means that the owner has to prove that they were unaware of their financial obligations to the project which works in your favor.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

In most cases, a Claim of Lien must be filed within 120 days after the last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the owner files a Notice of Completion you only have 15 days to file the Lien from the time of filing. If you file a Notice of Right to Lien during that 15 day window or during the project the deadline reverts to 120 days again

What is your role on the project?
Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (During or after project)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement; however, it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The second notice is recorded at the recorder's office in the county of work, and its purpose is to secure the full 120-day deadline in the case that the customer files a Notice of Completion. Typically a Notice of Completion would shorten the Lien deadline to 15 days; the secondary notice reverses this deadline change from 15 days back to 120 days. For example, if your last day of work was June 15th, typically, your deadline to Lien would be October 13th. If the customer files a Notice of Completion on June 15th, your deadline becomes June 30th. If you respond with a Notice of Lien rights or have filed one during the project, your deadline goes back to October 13th.

Preliminary Notice
Before work begins

Notice of Right to Lien (Pre-Work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement, however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The Pre-Work notice must be delivered to the owner and serves one purpose-- it places the legal burden of proof on the owner rather than on you. This means that the owner has to prove that they were unaware of their financial obligations to the project which works in your favor.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

In most cases, a Claim of Lien must be filed within 120 days after the last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the owner files a Notice of Completion you only have 15 days to file the Lien from the time of filing. If you file a Notice of Right to Lien during that 15 day window or during the project the deadline reverts to 120 days again

Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (during or after work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement; however, it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The second notice is recorded at the recorder's office in the county of work, and its purpose is to secure the full 120-day deadline in the case that the customer files a Notice of Completion. Typically a Notice of Completion would shorten the Lien deadline to 15 days; the secondary notice reverses this deadline change from 15 days back to 120 days. For example, if your last day of work was June 15th, typically, your deadline to Lien would be October 13th. If the customer files a Notice of Completion on June 15th, your deadline becomes June 30th. If you respond with a Notice of Lien rights or have filed one during the project, your deadline goes back to October 13th.

Preliminary Notice
Before work begins

Notice of Right to Lien (Pre-Work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement, however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The Pre-Work notice must be delivered to the owner and serves one purpose-- it places the legal burden of proof on the owner rather than on you. This means that the owner has to prove that they were unaware of their financial obligations to the project which works in your favor.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

In most cases, a Claim of Lien must be filed within 120 days after the last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the owner files a Notice of Completion you only have 15 days to file the Lien from the time of filing. If you file a Notice of Right to Lien during that 15 day window or during the project the deadline reverts to 120 days again

Preliminary Notice
Up to 15 days after work

Notice of Right to Lien (during or after work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement, however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The second notice is recorded at the recorders office in the county of work and its purpose is to secure the full 120 day deadline in the case that the customer files a Notice of Completion. Typically a Notice of Completion would shorten the Lien deadline to 15 days, the secondary notice reverses this deadline change from 15 days back to 120 days. For example, if you last day of work was June 15th typically your deadline to Lien would be October 13th. If the customer files a Notice of Completion on June 15th your deadline becomes June 30th. If you respond with a Notice of Lien rights or have filed one during the project your deadline goes back to October 13th.

Preliminary Notice
Before work begins

Notice of Right to Lien (Pre-Work)

A Notice of Right to Lien is not a statutory requirement, however it is highly recommended that it be served on every project for a few reasons. There are two versions of this notice, one before work and one during or 15 days after work. The Pre-Work notice must be delivered to the owner and serves one purpose-- it places the legal burden of proof on the owner rather than on you. This means that the owner has to prove that they were unaware of their financial obligations to the project which works in your favor.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

In most cases, a Claim of Lien must be filed within 120 days after the last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the project. However, if the owner files a Notice of Completion you only have 15 days to file the Lien from the time of filing. If you file a Notice of Right to Lien during that 15 day window or during the project the deadline reverts to 120 days again

What is your role on the project?
Statutory Documents are not required for General Contractors
Claim on Bond
90 days from last furnishing

Claim on Bond

A Claim on Bond must be filed within 90 days of last furnishing of labor and/or materials

Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

Although it is not a legal requirement to send a preliminary notice, it is best practice to do so. Sending a preliminary notice advises all parties that you are working on the project and helps you get paid faster.

Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

Although it is not a legal requirement to send a preliminary notice, it is best practice to do so. Sending a preliminary notice advises all parties that you are working on the project and helps you get paid faster.

Claim on Bond
90 days from last furnishing

Claim on Bond

A Claim on Bond must be filed within 90 days of last furnishing of labor and/or materials

What is your role on the project?
Statutory Documents are not required for General Contractors
Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

Although it is not a legal requirement to send a preliminary notice for federal projects, it is best practice for subcontractors to do so. Sending a preliminary notice advises all parties that you are working on the project and helps you get paid faster.

Claim on Bond
90 days from last furnishing

Miller Act Notice

Miller Act Notice needs to be sent by the subcontractor 90 days from last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the federal project.

Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

Although it is not a legal requirement for suppliers to send a preliminary notice in Washington, it is best practice to do so for federal projects. Sending a preliminary notice advises all parties that you are working on the project and helps you get paid faster.

Claim on Bond
90 days from last furnishing

Miller Act Notice

A Miller Act Notice is required to be sent by the supplier 90 days from last furnishing of labor and/or materials to the federal project.

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SunRay has provided us with a partnership to manage construction documents throughout the United States.
Rick Russel
ABC Supply
SunRay will make sure that notices are issued timely, properly, legally. SunRay offers me peace of mind and to my operations
Mark Kashmanian
Rams
SunRay helps us collect our money, protect our money. It is user-friendly, provides a lot of information and is easier to keep track of everything that we do online.
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Mara Kruz
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