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What We Do

Providing the CRITICAL; RESEARCH, VERIFICATION, PREPARATION and SERVING of preliminary notices, mechanic’s liens and/or construction liens, and related construction notices which protect the lien RIGHTS of: Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Materials Suppliers, Equipment Rental Companies, Designers, Engineers, Architects, and Manufacturers who provide products, materials, and equipment used in the building and improvement of Real Property.
CRM Lien Services, Inc. is licensed and insured. We provide comprehensive service in all 50 states. Don’t trust your documents to someone who may be willing and able but too small to take a chance on to securely protect your job related accounts receivable.
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Using the 50 State Guide

Preliminary Notice Cycle
Get help understanding how to find the notice or action you may need to take to protect your rights to Claim a Lien or a Bond Claim in all 50 States. Knowing when to file a lien and the need for a preliminary notice becomes easier to understand when using our 50 State Guide. This help page will give you a basic understanding of this tool. However, when in doubt, call us toll free at 1-800-PRELIMS.

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From Our Blog

  • Stop Date – a moving target When do your Lien Rights begin to wind down? Most states, not all, have statutory conditions which offer a subcontractor or materials supplier 90 days from last supplying or last performing work on the project, to record and serve a mechanics lien. This should be easy to track. However, for many it is not. Why? Because ...
  • Completion? Last Furnished? Stop Date? Many ways to reference what most consider to be the same thing. However, everyone of these terms have completely different meanings and various concerns on those planning to secure their outstanding receivables on any given job. Lets take some time to give each of these the respect they deserve and hopefully avoid compromising your lien rights ...
  • Making sense of Texas Retainage Notices So the law reads that your “Notice of Retainage Agreement” must be served not later than the earlier of: The 30th day after the claimant’s agreement providing for retainage is completed, abandoned or terminated. or the 30th day after the date the original contract is terminated or abandoned. So what is being implied: The owner of the property will ...
  • Why can’t I lien my customer? Seems like a logical assumption. You provided materials or services to your client and they have the ultimate responsibility to pay you. So why can’t you put a lien on them? The answer is a little complex but I will do my best to clarify. The primary concept you will need to wrap your mind around is: Mechanics Liens ...