Arizona 20 Day Preliminary Notice Form

Attention Arizona Contractors! Protect your lien rights!

If you don't serve the Arizona 20-Day Preliminary Notice form on your customer, you may not have lien rights.

Arizona 20-Day Preliminary Notice Forms This form will protect your lien rights from 20 days prior to the date you serve it, on through the end of the job.

If you serve it within 20 days of starting the job, you're completely covered.

If you serve it on the 21st day after starting the job, then you're covered except for the 1st day (because the 1st day is now outside of the 20-day window).

If you serve it on the 30th day after starting the job, then you're covered except for the first 10 days on the job (because those first 10 days are outside of the 20-day window).

And so on ...

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To: Arizona Revised Statutes 33-992.01(5)

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