Alaska

Alaska Lien Law

Alaska Private Projects
Notice Req.
Intent to Lien
Lien Req.
Prime Contractor

“Notice of Right to Lien” should be sent at the beginning of the project. It is not required but offers more protection and benefits.

There is not requirement to send an Intent to Lien before recording a construction lien.

CAUTION: If a “Notice of Completion” is recorded the time to file a construction lien, commonly known as “Claim of Lien” is reduced to fifteen (15) days from the date of of the “Notice of Completion”

Otherwise if NO “Notice of Completion” the time to record a “Claim of Lien” is one hundred twenty  (120) days  from last day of furnishing materials and/or labor.

Sub Contractor

“Notice of Right to Lien” should be sent at the beginning of the project. It is not required but offers more protection and benefits.

There is not requirement to send an Intent to Lien before recording a construction lien.

CAUTION: If a “Notice of Completion” is recorded the time to file a construction lien, commonly known as “Claim of Lien” is reduced to fifteen (15) days from the date of of the “Notice of Completion”

Otherwise if NO “Notice of Completion” the time to record a “Claim of Lien” is one hundred twenty  (120) days  from last day of furnishing materials and/or labor.

Suppliers/Other

“Notice of Right to Lien” should be sent at the beginning of the project. It is not required but offers more protection and benefits.

There is not requirement to send an Intent to Lien before recording a construction lien.

CAUTION: If a “Notice of Completion” is recorded the time to file a construction lien, commonly known as “Claim of Lien” is reduced to fifteen (15) days from the date of of the “Notice of Completion”

Otherwise if NO “Notice of Completion” the time to record a “Claim of Lien” is one hundred twenty  (120) days  from last day of furnishing materials and/or labor.

Alaska

Notice of Furnishing, Notice of Right to Lien, Claim of Lien

 

1. Do I have to file any notices before I start work on a property in Alaska?

No, but it is advisable to file a Notice of Right to Lien. By sending a Notice of Right to Lien to the owner of the property and lender (if applicable).

By sending a Notice of Right to Lien a subcontractor or supplier is ensuring that not only does the owner know that you were on the property it also forces the owner to give advance notice, that the owner not only knew about the about the work performed the owner also consented to the work, materials and/or labor furnished.

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2. How long do I have to file a claim of lien in Alaska?

120 days to file a Claim of Lien after the last date services were provided on the project.  In certain circumstances the time limit can be reduced to fifteen (15) days. This time can be reduced by either the owner or the General Contractor by filing a Notice of Completion.

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3. Who do not have any lien rights in the state of Alaska?

Sub-subcontractors, suppliers of materials, equipment not delivered to the property, are not entitled to lien rights.

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4. How long do I have to file for a lien of foreclosure?

6 months to file a suit of a lien.  You can file for an Extension Notice, to extend the lien another 6 months.

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 5. Who satisfies the lien when I am paid?

Alaska law does not state specifically who satisfies the lien.  It would be in consideration that the claimant would do so.

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