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Making a Notice of Completion
The Notice of Completion is a document that officially marks the date when a project or work of improvement on a property has been completed. Although each state's laws regarding the Notice of Completion's function are different, each state generally uses it as a way to start or even accelerate the timeline for lienholders to file a mechanic's lien on the property if they have not been paid.
Use the Notice of Completion document if:
If you've ever had work done on your property (or done that work yourself), you know construction projects can be time-consuming and costly. With so much at stake, it's important to get as much as possible in writing. Documenting exactly when a project has finished makes sure the contractor gets paid in a timely manner, and protects the property owner from surprise extra costs after work has supposedly ended. It may even be a legal requirement in your state, so check your state's laws to see if and when you need to file a Notice of Completion.