Nevada Mechanic’s Lien Form

Last updated April 13th, 2022

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Nevada mechanic’s lien form is used by construction workers and suppliers to demand payment from delinquent clients by securing an interest in their property. The document should state the amount owed for labor, equipment, and materials, as well as a description of services furnished and the first and last day of work. The mechanic’s lien puts pressure on the owner to make undue payments, as they will find it difficult to sell or refinance the property until the lien is removed from the property’s public record.

To secure lien rights, the contractor/supplier must serve a preliminary notice (a Notice of Intent to Lien) on the property owner at least fifteen (15) days prior to filing the mechanic’s lien.