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Louisiana Monthly Notice Requirements for Suppliers

 
Notice vs. Non-Notice States
As a construction attorney practicing in multiple jurisdictions, I typically classify a state as either a notice or a non-notice state. I do this to help keep things simple—the notice vs. non-notice classification is very general. I practice in Louisiana and California. Generally speaking, California is a…

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Only Sent One Preliminary Notice? You Might Have Lost Lien Rights

In many states, sending preliminary notice is a one-time requirement, a boxed to be checked off and forgotten. Sure, the timing requirements or deadline calculations may be difficult, and complicated when the potential claimant has multiple projects in multiple states, but once the notice has been sent (correctly and on…

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Material Supplier Notice Case to Louisiana Supreme Court?

Louisiana is, for the most part, a “non-notice state”. This means that traditional preliminary notices due within a short amount of time from the commencement of a project are generally not required. This is not to say, however, that no notices are ever required. To the contrary, there are notice…

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Is A Monthly Notice Required For Louisiana Material Suppliers? Legal Controversy Brewing in Bayou State

Louisiana is generally a “non-notice state,” meaning that the traditional preliminary notice (i.e. must be sent within x days from start of a project) is not required of subcontractors and suppliers. Nevertheless, there are nuanced notice requirements buried throughout the states’ private and public lien statutes. One particular notice, which…

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