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Old 01-23-2013, 01:17 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Damon T View Post
In WA if you are a 2nd tier contractor (subbing to GC) then you don't have to provide the HO with a Notice of Right To Lien prior to starting work. So here you definitely could have liened. If you are working directly for the HO you are supposed to provide them with the legal notice prior to starting work. I have it built in to my proposal.
Slight diversion---Damon, you have some luscious healthy hair ....kinda looks like a blanket....
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