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North Carolina’s lien agent statute, which went into effect on April 1 last year, celebrated its first birthday yesterday.
Didn’t join the party? I can’t say I’m surprised.
While the conservative approach is to rely on an experienced construction attorney to serve preliminary lien and bond notices for North Carolina construction projects, there are many subs and suppliers who prefer the DIY approach. I’m sure many of you do-it-yourselfers already rely on these web-based tools for facilitating your preliminary notices, but just in case, here are my three favorites: