I'm sending a letter to a contractor demanding a mechanics lien to be released or to bring a lawsuit.
I will add the following: "Failure to respond to this notice within 30 days after receipt, as required by Section 34 of the Mechanics Lien Act, shall result in the forfeiture of the referenced lien."
Do I have to include any ADDITIONAL, important information/language in order to make the letter valid?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you want an attorney involved, either you will need to send the notice to the attorney for review or let the attorney prepare the notice. You are asking for free legal advice.
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