California Preliminary Lien Notice for Public Works Projects & Proof of Notice Declaration

California Preliminary Lien Notice - Public Works
California Preliminary Lien Notice - Public Works
Item# CAP2WD
$23.95

NO monthly fees - each form is a one-time payment for unlimited, forever usage!

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Preliminary Notice for Public Works Projects

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Proof of Notice Declaration for Public Works Projects

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As Part Of Your Purchase, You'll Receive:

  • Unlimited free replacements whenever you need (you're encouraged to make backup copies and also welcome to contact me for free replacements)
  • Unlimited free updates whenever changes to the law require changes to the forms
  • Unlimited free support

Upon Completion of Your Purchase You'll be Able to:

  • Download the form package instantly to your computer
  • Fill in the forms on your computer
  • Save them, change them, save them again, etc.
  • Print as many copies as you need at no extra charge
  • Use them an unlimited number of times, on as many projects as you need

If You Are Not 100% Satisfied, You'll Get a Full Refund

When you purchase your form(s) from me, if you are unhappy with the form(s) for any reason and don't want them, just let me know and I will refund your purchase 100%. And you don't have to return anything because they're downloaded documents; there's no CD or hard copy to worry about having to ship back.

What's Included in the Public Works Projects Preliminary Notice Form Package

The CAPN-PB.zip folder that downloads to your computer will unzip itself and present you with the following:
  • Preliminary Notice forms for Public Works Projects in Word format

  • Special bonus: Proof of Notice Declaration form in Word format

  • Preliminary Notice forms for Public Works Projects in PDF format

  • Special bonus: Proof of Notice Declaration form in PDF format

  • A detailed, step-by-step instructional document that'll have you churning out preliminary notice forms (and the Proof of Notice Declaration forms) like a PRO in no time.

Special Added Bonus

California law requires that senders of Preliminary Notices keep a Proof of Notice Declaration on file. As mentioned above, I've included the proof document as a special added bonus with the preliminary notice form purchase.


These Preliminary Notice Forms work with all computers

These Preliminary Notice forms work with Windows/PC and Macintosh computers and operating systems, and you'll get both Word and Adobe PDF (works with the free Adobe Reader) versions.


5 easy steps

In 5 easy steps, you can have your fill-in-able, savable Preliminary Notice Forms, the Proof of Notice Declaration Forms, and the detailed, step-by-step instructions downloaded, filled in, printed, and ready to go:
  • Click the "ADD TO CART" button
  • Complete your checkout
  • Click the "Download Now" button to download the forms and bonus article
  • Fill in the form using your computer
  • Print the form
You'll be able to save the filled-in form under various file names and, because the form resides on your computer, you don't have to be online to use it.

Using the enclosed step-by-step instructions, which detail everything you need to know right down to how to send them via certified mail, it'll be easy to get your forms filled in properly and served via certified mail.

When you click on the "Download Now" button on your payment confirmation page, a folder titled "CAPN-B.zip" will download to your computer and automatically unzip. If it doesn't unzip, don't buy an unzip program, just email me and I'll email the already-unzipped forms to you. :)


Who Needs the Preliminary Notice Form for Public Works Projects

The Preliminary Notice form for Public Works Projects is needed by Subcontractors, Direct Contractors, Suppliers, and Service Providers to protect their lien rights on construction projects that have government funds tied to them.

If an entity that is required to do the preliminary notice doesn't, then lien rights may be lost as well as rights to stop payment notices, bonds, etc.

And if a California contractor doesn't do a preliminary notice, he/she is subject to discipline by the California State License Board (CSLB).

Remember! You are guaranteed to LOVE these forms or you get your money back.


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