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Lien & Notice FAQs

Learn about protecting payments on commercial, residential, and other private jobs in Nevada.

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Bond Claim FAQs

Learn about securing payments on state, federal, and other public jobs in Nevada.

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Lien Waiver FAQs

Learn about the rules and requirements that govern lien waiver exchanges in Nevada.

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Nevada Forms

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Notice Forms

  • Notice of Right to Lien

    Notice of Right to Lien

    All potential lien claimants, “other than one who performs only labor,” and who do not contract directly with the property owner, must deliver a Notice of Right to Lien in order to protect lien rights. According to NRS § 108.245, the notice must be delivered within 31 days of first providing work or materials for full lien protection. (If the notice is delivered outside of the 31-day window, lien rights will protect work or materials provided in the 31 days prior to the date notice was given, and all work or materials provided afterwards until the completion of the project.) This notice must be delivered to the property owner and prime contractor.

  • Notice of Intent to Lien Form

    Notice of Intent to Lien Form

    On residential projects (including apartment buildings), a 15-day Notice of Intent to Lien must be sent by any party before filing a lien. On non-residential projects, it may be filed. This document advises the party that a lien will be filed if payment is not received within 15 days.

Lien Forms

  • Notice of Lien

    Notice of Lien

    The construction or mechanics lien, known in Nevada as a Notice of Lien, is filed on private construction jobs when unpaid for work. Nevada also requires that the property owner (and prime contractor, if not the claimant) be served with a copy of the lien within 30 days of its filing.

  • Mechanics Lien Release Form

    Mechanics Lien Release Form

    Private and Public construction liens and statements must be canceled once payment has been received, or for any other reasons. Lien cancellations are certificates filed with the recorder to cancel the previously filed instruments. The law requires that the lien claimant release any lien which has been satisfied within 10 days of the satisfaction.

Waiver Forms

  • Final Conditional Lien Waiver

    Final Conditional Lien Waiver

    This waiver – the Conditional Waiver and Release on Final Payment – should be used when the final payment for a project is expected but has yet to be received. Signing this waiver signifies that no further payments are expected following the payment described in the waiver.

    Because this is a “conditional” waiver, it is ok if payment has not yet been received. The waiver is “conditional” on the receipt of the payment and will be invalid if payment is not ultimately received. If payment has already been received in full, an “unconditional” waiver may be more appropriate.

  • Final Unconditional Lien Waiver

    Final Unconditional Lien Waiver

    This waiver – the Unconditional Waiver and Release on Final Payment – should be used when the final payment on the project has been made and received by the party that furnished labor or materials. Signing this waiver indicates that payment has been received and no further payments are expected.

    Because this is an “unconditional” waiver, it should only be used when payment has actually been received. If payment has not been received, if the check hasn’t yet cleared the bank, or if there is some other reason why payment might ultimately fail, this waiver should not be furnished. If this is the case, signing a “conditional” waiver is a safer option.

  • Partial Conditional Lien Waiver

    Partial Conditional Lien Waiver

    This waiver – the Conditional Waiver and Release on Progress Payment – should be used when a progress payment on the project is expected. There may be future expected payments on the project, but this waiver applies only to a specific, expected progress or partial payment.

    Because this is a “conditional” waiver, it is ok if payment has not yet been received. The waiver is “conditional” on the receipt of the payment and will be invalid if payment is not ultimately received. If payment has already been received in full, an “unconditional” waiver may be more appropriate.

  • Partial Unconditional Lien Waiver

    Partial Unconditional Lien Waiver

    This waiver – the Unconditional Waiver and Release on Progress Payment – should be used when a progress payment on the project has been received. Further payments may be expected, but the specific partial payment discussed in the waiver has been received.

    Because this is an “unconditional” waiver, it should only be used when payment has actually been received. If payment has not been received, if the check hasn’t yet cleared the bank, or if there is some other reason why payment might ultimately fail, this waiver should not be furnished. If this is the case, signing a “conditional” waiver is a safer option.

Other Forms

  • 208.146 Notice Form

    208.146 Notice Form

    NRS Section 208.146 requires prime contractors to deliver a specific notice to the Property Owner and to all Subcontractors and Suppliers on a construction project. While lien rights are not affected by the failure to deliver these notices, the contractor may face disciplinary measures from the Contractor’s Board. Click the button to download a Nevada 208.146 Notice for free.

  • Notice of Completion

    Notice of Completion

    By filing a Notice of Completion at the end of a project, an owner may shorten the timeframe during which a lien may be filed. The lien deadline will be shortened from 90 days to 40 days.

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