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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a general term that describes multiple methods a court can use to resolve a case before resorting to a trial. The three most common ADR methods are negotiation, mediation, and arbitration.
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Request for Claim of Lien, Notice of Nonpayment or other Services.
Parties without a direct contractual relationship with the property owner (subcontractors, Sub-subcontractors, and material suppliers) must provide a Notice to Owner (NTO) within 45 days after first furnishing services, materials, or labor to the project.
To perfect a security interest on the property, a Claim of Lien must be filed and recorded with the county within 90 days after furnishing labor, material, or services on the project. The lienor must serve a copy of the lien on the property owner before filing it OR within 15 days after filing.
A lienor has up to one year from the date of filing the lien to begin litigation and foreclose on a lien. If the owner files a Notice of Contest of Lien, the deadline is shortened to 60 days from the date of filing.
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