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how long do I have after I file the intent to lien before the

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how long do I have after I file the intent to lien before the lien docs have to filed in Colorado?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Brent Blanchard replied 6 years ago.
Ten days after the owner gets the notice of pre-lien/intent to lien is the minimum time period. C.R.S.§38-22-109(11). Make it ten business days and no one can complain.

Bonus answer, just in case it helps: It's a good idea to routinely record the lien immediately upon finishing all work (including punch list) if there is anything left unpaid.

Thank you.


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