Deadline Calculator

A Notice to Owner must be served no later than 45 days from the first labor
The Claim of Lien must be recorded no later than 90 days from the last performance of work
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Holidays

Occasionally, your 45th day may fall on a legal holiday. If this should occur, you have until the next business day to file your Notice to Owner of Claim of Lien.
  • Sunday   1st day of each week
  • New Year’s Day  January 1
  • Martin Luther King Junior’s Birthday January 15
  • Robert E. Lee’s Birthday January 19
  • Lincoln’s Birthday February 12
  • Susan B. Anthony’s birthday February 15
  • Washington’s Birthday 3rd Monday in February
  • Good Friday Friday before Easter Sunday
  • Pascua Florida Day April 2
  • Confederate Memorial Day April 26
  • Memorial Day Last Monday in May
  • Jefferson Davis’s Birthday June 3
  • Flag Day June 14
  • Independence Day July 4
  • Labor Day 1st Monday in Septmeber
  • Columbus Day and Farmer’s Day 2nd Monday in October
  • Veteran’s Day November 11
  • General Election Day
  • Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November
  • Christmas Day December 25

Shrove Tuesday
Sometimes also known as “Mardi Gras”, in counties where carnival associations are organized for the purposes of celebrating the same

Parade Day
(in Hillsborough County) Day known and designated as “Parade Day” of the Hillsborough County Fair and Plant City Strawberry Festival in Hillsborough County is a legal holiday in Hillsborough County (date varies)

Gasparilla Day
(in Hillsborough County) Date varies

DeSoto Day
(in Manatee County) Date varies

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
At the discretion of the chief judge of any judical circuit may be designated as legal holidays for the courts within the judicial circuit

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