Nevada Mechanic’s Lien

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Below is an overview of the preliminary steps for filing a mechanic’s lien in the state of Nevada.

COMMERCIAL:

  • Upfront Notice:
    • Notice of Right to Lien:
      • Required within 31 days of first delivery.
      • Notice includes a request for a copy of any Notice of Completion filed on the project.
  • Follow-up Notice:¬†There is no statutory follow-up notice.

RESIDENTIAL:

  • Upfront Notice:
    • Notice of Right to Lien:
      • Required within 31 days of first delivery.
      • Notice includes a request for a copy of any Notice of Completion filed on the project.
  • Follow-up Notice:
    • 15-Day Notice of Intent to Lien:
      • Before filing a lien on a residential job, claimant must send a 15-day Notice of Intent to Lien.
      • Sending this notice extends the deadline for filing the lien by 15 days.
      • This notice is available on the BICA member portal.

PUBLIC:

  • Upfront Notice:
    • 30-Day Notice to Contractor:
      • Required within 30 days of first delivery.
  • Follow-up Notice (if not paid):
    • 90-Day Notice to Contractor:
      • Required within 90 days of last delivery.
      • This notice is available on the BICA member portal.

Throughout our site you can find more resources on the process of filing mechanic’s liens and preliminary notices. If you’re ready to get started, be sure to reach out to us on our contact page, or call us at (800) 722-2422.