Notice to Owner: A Forewarning to Associations

You hired a contractor for concrete restoration, pool resurfacing or minor electrical work at the clubhouse; did you receive an oddly printed form entitled Notice to Owner in the mail? In our experience, Notices to Owner do not get the respect they deserve and they tend to be ignored or thrown in a drawer without further consideration. This is a huge problem that could result in substantial expense to your association!  A “Notice to Owner” is a legal document that puts a landowner, including an association, on notice that labor, services or materials has or have been provided to the property    Read the article……………


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