CRSI provides assistance with required Notices of Intent, Claims of Lien, Performance Bond Claims, Retainage Claims, Miller Act Claims, Bad Debt Collection, NSF Check Collection, and Litigation/Foreclosure Referral.
By following Washington State lien procedures, you are actively lowering your risk of
financial losses. It is important to work with an expert who can help you assess your needs and meet the necessary requirements to protect your right to collect.
If you do not follow the proper procedures, you may be putting the company’s profit and your income at risk.YOU HAVE THE RIGHT
to take the necessary steps to collect your money. BY FOLLOWING THE RULES
and protecting your lien rights, you now have assets to attach in the form of property, surety bonds, etc., as well as the collection of money due.
Residential and Commercial Property
If you are not paid – and you have complied with the Washington State lien law requirements – you may record a claim of lien on the property to which you provided labor, materials and/or services.
NOTICE OF INTENT
(Preclaim Notice) – Residential/Commercial/Federal
NOTICE OF CLAIM OF LIEN
AMENDED NOTICE OF CLAIM OF LIEN
RELEASE OF CLAIM OF LIEN
Public Works or Government Projects
If you have protected your company by complying with the Washington State public works or federal government notice requirements, you may file a notice of claim against the retainage fund held by the public/federal entity and against the performance bond held on the project.NOTICE OF INTENT
(Preclaim Notice) – Public WorksNOTICE OF CLAIM AGAINST PAYMENT/PERFORMANCE BOND
– Public Works/FederalAMENDED or RENEWAL OF NOTICE OF CLAIM AGAINST BOND
– Public WorksRELEASE OF CLAIM AGAINST BOND
– Public Works/Federal