The best way to keep your Lien Rights “Intact” and make certain you don’t miss the deadline for serving your next notice or taking the proper action. By choosing the eAlert Select option when ordering your Preliminary Notice, Notice to Owner, or any initial notice which is required to be served at or near the start of the project, CRM will send you a one time eMail Alert when your time to take the next action is near. Upon receipt of this eAlert you may audit your jobsite accounts receivable to determine if any unpaid balance will require further Lien related action to continue to keep it secured. If the “Stop Date” included in the original notice request has changed, you may want to request a new eAlert by returning it to CRM with the revised “Stop Date”. CRM will index the new “Stop Date” to your original notice and send a new eAlert when you once again are nearing the time to request your next action.
Should the original “Stop Date” be firm, and you have open accounts receivable for this job, you will be provided with a link to request the next notice to be prepared by CRM. (Usually an intent to lien , a mechanics lien, Stop Payment Notice, or Bond Claim Notice). This will allow you a quick and easy means by which you can move forward with the next required action and not run the risk of loosing your lien rights.
If by chance you receive an eAlert and your jobsite accounts receivable have been paid in full, you may simply select the cancel action from the eAlert and it will be automatically closed by CRM.
For those who may have many notices in play during the month, CRM recommended eAlert Unlimited. This systems offers many more services and is recommend for those who have adds and changes to their job accounts and need to have an eAlert system that accommodates a dynamic project.
CRM has recently added a spin-off to our eAlert Select option called: eAlert ONLY! It is identical to our eAlert Select option with the difference being that you may order eAlert ONLY! as a stand alone option. It does not need to be ordered with a request for a preliminary notice or similar notice. eAlert ONLY! will provide you with the information you may need to file a lien for states which do not have a preliminary notice requirement.So instead of wondering if there is time left to file your lien before the statute runs out, eAlert ONLY! will tap you on the shoulder in plenty of time to record and serve your Intent or Lien.
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