Mechanics Lien, Bond Claim, Notice and Lien Waiver Forms.
Notice of Non-ResponsibilityDownload
Mechanics Lien ReleaseDownload
Mechanics Liens can be released for a number of reasons, including that they have been paid and satisfied or expired.
Request for InformationDownload
Those who do not contract with the owner or original contractor on a non-residential project must deliver a preliminary notice within 60 days of first furnishing labor/materials to the project. This notice must contain certain information about the project that you may not know (i.e. legal description, name of bonding company, etc.) You can make a formal request for this information through a Request for Information. The owner / contractor must provide you this information within 5 days.
On New Mexico State Construction Projects, claimants are not required to send any type of preliminary notice. However, as a precautionary measure and for ultimate preservation of bond rights on the project, claimants may be interested in sending a preliminary notice.
Claim of Lien FormDownload
When unpaid on a construction project, parties who provided labor and/or materials to it may file a Claim of Lien in New Mexico.