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We are here to help you protect your lien rights under Florida Law.
The Florida Lien Law provides that you will retain your lien rights if you file a Notice to Owner in a timely manner.
We make your Notice to Owner process as simple as possible. You can enter your request online or fax the request direct to our office.
Notice to Owner Due Date
Your Notice to Owner needs to be mailed by the 40th day from the first day of contract work or received by the 45th day from the first day. If you are a sub-contractor, you must do a NTO.
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Notice to Owner must be mailed by:
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Donna Pickens Warren
“Judith and her team are very professional and efficient. I normally file my application and have the document needed within days. She’s been an excellent source for advice on when to file and our rights as a small independent business. She was very helpful in filing the appropriate paperwork and advising us if we needed to contact an attorney..”
“Susan and myself process hundreds of notices a month, we have used Judi at Professional Notice Corp for over 20 years to handle all of our notices and even searches for information we have difficulty finding. Her expertise is un-matched in this field and I would not think twice about recommending her services as you speak to her directly or her amazing assistant Cherelle! not a corporate line and endless transfers to get an answer. Personal, professional and always lovely to speak to! ”
“We have been using Professional Notice Corporation for years. They are a pleasure to deal with and always able to answer questions when needed. Reliable, efficient and affordable. Had a customer giving me a hard time about payment. Used PNC to notice the owner and got paid in a week. Money well spent. Thanks for fantastic service.”