Minnesota

Minnesota 

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

Very complicated process must speak with an attorney.

Not Required

A Construction Lien commonly known as “Mechanic’s Lien Statement” is required to be recorded one hundred and twenty days (120 days) from last day on the project.

Sub Contractor

A Preliminary Notice commonly known in Minnesota as a “Lien Claimant’s Notice” is required to be sent forty five days (45 days) from first furnishing.

Not Required

A Construction Lien commonly known as “Mechanic’s Lien Statement” is required to be recorded one hundred and twenty days (120 days) from last day on the project.

Suppliers/Other

A Preliminary Notice commonly known in Minnesota as a “Lien Claimant’s Notice” is required to be sent forty five days (45 days) from first furnishing.

Not Required

A Construction Lien commonly known as “Mechanic’s Lien Statement” is required to be recorded one hundred and twenty days (120 days) from last day on the project.

Minnesota 101

File a Satisfaction of Mechanic’s Lien-Individual, File a Satisfaction of Mechanic’s Lien-Corporation or Partnership, Mechanic’s Lien Statement, General Contractor’s NoticeLien Claimant’s Notice 

 

1. How long do I have to file a claim of lien in Minnesota?

A contractor must serve a Mechanic’s Lien Statement recorded within 120 days after the last service performed.

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

A General Contractor’s Notice must be provided to the owner within 10 days after has been contracted.  All others would need to serve; a Lien Claimant’s Notice within 45 days after the claimant first start of commenced services.

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3. What is my last day performing services so that I can request payment?

There is a 120 day filing period from the last date services were performed in accordance to the contract. 

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4. Who do not have any lien rights in the state of Minnesota?

Suppliers to a supplier are not protected.

 

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

A claimant has within 1 year after the last performance of services. 

 

6. Is there any mandatory notice requirement in Minnesota?

Yes, General Contractor’s Notice or a Lien Claimant’s Notice is required.

 

7. Who satisfies the lien when I get paid?

The lien claimant must provide a Satisfaction of Mechanic’s Lien-Individual or Satisfaction of Mechanic’s Lien-Corporation or Partnership, upon satisfaction of the lien.

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8. What cost can I claim for?

Improvements to the property the form of, repairs or removal of fences, fixtures, doing landscaping services, digging a ditch, drain, fountain etc.  The state of Minnesota protects mainly all those who provided improvements and services to the property. 

Minnesota State Projects
Notice Requirements
Lien Requirements
Prime Contractor

Not Required

Not Required

Suppliers/Other

Not Required

A notice of bond claim must be filed with the prime and owner/agency within 120 days from last providing services. Enforcement of the claim is due within 1 year from the same date of last providing services.

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