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New Mexico Lien & Bond Claim Deadlines

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Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

Although it is not a legal requirement to send a preliminary notice, it is best practice. Sending a Preliminary Notice as a general contractor on a New Mexico residential job advises all parties that you are working on the project and helps you get paid faster.

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

A Claim of Lien must be sent within 120 days of the contractor last furnishing labor and/or materials the New Mexico residential project.

Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

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

Lien
90 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

The subcontractor needs to send a Claim of Lien within 90 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials to the New Mexico residential job.

Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

It is not a legal requirement for suppliers to send a preliminary notice for New Mexico projects, but it is best practice to do so for residential jobs. Sending a preliminary notice advises all parties that you are working on the project and helps you get paid faster.

Lien
90 days from first furnishing

Claim of Lien

Suppliers on residential projects in New Mexico must send a Claim of Lien within 90 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials.

What is your role on the project?
Preliminary Notice
Recommended but not required

Preliminary Notice

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

Lien
120 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

General contractors must file a Claim of Lien for commercial projects in New Mexico within 120 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials.

Preliminary Notice
60 days from last furnishing

Preliminary Notice

Subcontractors should send a Preliminary Notice on commercial projects within 60 days of starting if the job exceeds $5000. Failure to send this notice on time does not terminate your lien rights; however, those rights will be backdated 30 days from the notice.

Lien
90 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

A Claim of Lien in New Mexico should be sent by the subcontractor within 90 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials for commercial jobs.

Preliminary Notice
60 days from last furnishing

Preliminary Notice

A Preliminary Notice must be sent by subcontractors on commercial projects within 60 days of starting if the job exceeds $5000 for New Mexico commercial projects. Failure to send this notice on time does not terminate your lien rights; however, those rights will be backdated 30 days from the notice.

Lien
90 days from last furnishing

Claim of Lien

A New Mexico supplier must send a Claim of Lien within 90 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials for commercial jobs.

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, it is best practice to do so. Sending a Preliminary Notice as a subcontractor advises all parties that you are working on the state project and helps you get paid faster.

Claim on Bond
90 days from last furnishing

Claim on Bond

Subcontractors must send a Claim of Lien within 90 days from last furnishing labor and/or materials to New Mexico state projects.

Preliminary Notice
Prior to performing

Preliminary Notice (Municipalities City or Town Projects)

A Preliminary Notice must be send prior to furnishing any work or materials to the New Mexico state project.

Claim on Bond
90 days from last furnishing

Claim on Bond

A Claim of Lien must be sent with 90 days from last furnishing 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, 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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