Wisconsin

Wisconsin

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

Residential-A Prime Contractor must provide a “Prime Contractor Notice of Lien Rights” to the owner  ten (10) days of an oral agreement.

Before a Lien is recorded an Intent to Lien commonly known as a “Prime Contractor Notice of Intention to File Claim of Lien” must be sent  thirty (30) days before the lien is recorded.

A construction lien commonly known in Wisconsin as  ”Prime Contractor Claim for Lien” should be recorded six (6) months from last furnishing materials and/or labor to the project.

Sub Contractor

A Preliminary Notice commonly known as  “Subcontractors Identification Notice”  should be sent sixty (60) days from first day on the project.

Before a Lien is recorded an Intent to Lien commonly known as a “Subcontractor Notice of Intention to File Claim of Lien” must be sent  thirty (30) days before the lien is recorded.  

A construction lien commonly known in Wisconsin as  ”Subcontractor Claim for Lien” should be recorded six (6) months from last furnishing materials and/or labor to the project.

Suppliers/Other

A Preliminary Notice commonly known as  “Subcontractors Identification Notice”  should be sent sixty (60) days from first day on the project.

Before a Lien is recorded an Intent to Lien commonly known as a “Subcontractor Notice of Intention to File Claim of Lien” must be sent  thirty (30) days before the lien is recorded.

A construction lien commonly known in Wisconsin as  ”Subcontractor Claim for Lien” should be recorded six (6) months from last furnishing materials and/or labor to the project.

Wisconsin

Full Satisfaction of Claim for Lien, Partial Satisfaction of Claim on Lien, Subcontractor Claim for Lien, Prime Contractor Claim for Lien, Subcontractor Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien, Prime Contractor Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien, Subcontractor Notice of Lien Rights, Prime Contractor Notice of Lien Rights

 

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

6 months after the last day after services were last performed, but 30 days after filing a Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien.

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

A prime contractor must serve the owner a Prime Contractor Notice of Lien, within 10 days of an oral agreement. 

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

The last date services were performed in accordance to the contract.

 

4. Who are not protected under the lien rights in the state of Wisconsin?

Sub-subcontractors are allowed limited lien rights in Wisconsin.

 

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

2 years after the filing a Claim for Lien.

 

6. Is there any mandatory notice requirement in Wisconsin?

Yes, prime contractors are required to include a notice of lien rights either in their written contract with the owner. Subcontractors are required to provide a Subcontractor Identification Notice, within 60 days from first date of supplying services.  Prime contractors and subcontractors must serve a Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien 30 days before filing a Claim for Lien. The owner must be served a copy of the lien within 30 days after filing

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a  Prime Contractor Notice of Lien Rights

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a  Subcontractor Notice of Lien Rights

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a  Prime Contractor Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a Subcontractor Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a  Prime Contractor Claim for Lien

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a  Subcontractor Claim for Lien

 

7. Who satisfies the lien when I get paid?

A lien claimant must deliver to the owner a Full Satisfaction of Claim for Lien, or Partial Satisfaction of Claim on Lien, which ever applies to the situation.

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a Full Satisfaction of Claim for Lien

SECURE YOUR LIEN RIGHTS by filing a Partial Satisfaction of Claim on Lien

8. What costs can I not claim for?

Damages, lost profits and attorney fees are not claimable.

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Wisconsin State Projects
Notice Requirements
Lien Requirements
Prime Contractor

Not Required

Not Required

Suppliers/Other

Not Required

Not Required

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