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Yes, you do not have to leave your office to file your liens anymore. Texas Easy Lien now has the capability of notarizing and filing your documents online.
If you missed the deadline to send a notice or file a lien claim for one specific month and you are still owed for more months after that, you may still qualify to file a lien claim. The deadline chart above will assist in guiding you through each month’s deadlines.
If you are unable to settle your dispute, you must seek the assistance of an attorney and file a lawsuit. Your lien rights will generally expire if a lawsuit to foreclose is not filed within 2 years of the last day you were able to file a lien under the rules, or within 1 year after completion, termination, or abandonment of the work under the original contract under which the lien is claimed, whichever is later.
All you need is for the signer to have access to a camera and a valid ID. You can use any device with a camera (desktop, tablet, or your phone).
Texas Property Code Chapter 53 states that only those who are filing a lien as landscapers, landscape materials supplier, demolition service providers and professional designers must have a written contract with the owner or the owner’s agent. However, it does not provide an exemption for them to file as contractors or any other subcontractor or supplier.