When an invoice or account goes into default companies have many options to collect. However, in the construction industry, one option rises above the rest: the notice of intent to lien.
This document doubles as a standard demand letter or dunning letter, but it has the added benefit of warning about important claim rights and involving more parties than simply a company's customer.
This presentation discusses researched performed by zlien on the notice of intent to lien document, and explains how it works, why it works, and how to best use it.
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