District of Columbia

District of Columbia

No pre-lien notice is necessary. DC Code allows general contractors who have supplied labor or materials for the erection improvement, repair or addition to a building to file a lien within 90 days of either the completion or termination of the work. No time limit for subcontractors. The lien is for the contract price or in the absence of a contract, the value of the work. A subcontractor can demand that the owner supply him with a statement detailing the terms of the contract between the owner and the contractor. DC Code § 40-301 -303.

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