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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ___ CIRCUIT STATE OF HAWAII ___ LIENOR VS.M.L. No. ___NOTICE OF COMPLETION___ RESPONDENTS NOTICE OF COMPLETIONCOMES NOW, ___, as the owner of the real property undergoing
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FAQ

In Hawaii, the filing of a formal Application for a Lien and Notice of Lien must be filed within forty five days after the date of completion of the improvement. A hearing is held not less than three nor more than ten days after service of the Application and Notice.

In Hawaii, a lien claimant must file the lien within 45 days of the completion of the improvement. When a Notice of Completion is filed, that will mark the completion date of the project, and a mechanics lien must be filed within 45 days of that Notice of Completion.

States where the lien law doesn't require a written contract. In these states, contractors and suppliers are generally allowed to file a lien even if they don't have a written contract. In other words, the claimant could be working off on an oral or verbal agreement, and yet still have the ability to file a lien claim!

A lien on property is a common way for contractors to make sure they get paid. Legally, an unpaid contractor, subcontractor or supplier can file a lien (sometimes called a mechanic's lien) that could eventually force the sale of your home in place of compensation.

States where the lien law doesn't require a written contract. In these states, contractors and suppliers are generally allowed to file a lien even if they don't have a written contract. In other words, the claimant could be working off on an oral or verbal agreement, and yet still have the ability to file a lien claim!

The simplest way to prevent liens and ensure that subcontractors and suppliers are paid is to pay with joint checks. This is when both parties endorse the check. Compare the contractor's materials or labor bill to the schedule of payments in your contract and the Preliminary Notices.

Mechanic's liens are legal documents that essentially reserve the rights of the filer to seek unpaid compensation. They are usually filed by contractors, subcontractors, or suppliers that never received payment for work that they performed or materials that they provided on the property.

The legal requirements for a subcontractor to file a mechanic's lien require a demand for payment from the general contractor, a lien notice to the homeowner, and time for the homeowner to pay the amount due.

If you're claiming a lien on real property, it must be filed in the recorder's office of the county where the property is located. Expect to pay a filing fee between $25 and $50 depending on the location where you file.

Filing a Court Claim Before you can place a lien on business property, you must first have a court order – a judgment – directing the debtor to pay what is owed. After filing a claim with the court and submitting proof of the amounts owed to you, the business must answer and explain why the debt is not owed.