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SUBCONTRACTOR NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FILE CLAIM FOR LIEN -INDIVIDUAL ( 779.06(2), Wis. Stats.) OWNER'S NAME: OWNER'S ADDRESS: The undersigned Subcontractor, having contracted with , (name of party
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No lien claim may be filed or action brought thereon unless, at least 30 days before timely filing of the lien claim, the lien claimant serves on the owner, personally or by registered mail with return receipt requested, a written notice of intent to file a lien claim. The notice is required to be given whether or not the claimant has been required to give and has given a previous notice pursuant to s. 779.02. Such notice shall briefly describe the nature of the claim, its amount and the land and improvement to which it relates.

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