Alaska

Alaska

Collection Agency Alaska

A pre-lien notice is not required but recommended to make enforcement easier. A lien can be filed by any person who furnishes services for the improvement of real property at the request of an owner. Engineers are covered even though actual work may not have begun.
If the owner has filed a notice of completion the claimant has 15 days to file. The notice of completion puts potential claimants on notice that the time to file is running. If the owner has not filed a notice of completion the claimant has 90 days after the completion of the construction contract or 90 days after the claimant has ceased to furnish services. A property cannot be bound by the lien for more than six months unless legal action has commenced. A bond can be used to release a lien. Alaska Statutes 34.35

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