Montana contractors, material suppliers and trades can download these affordable template lien forms and releases quickly and easily. Fast, easy, reusable!
Q. What is the deadline in Montana for filing a lien?
A. Contractors, suppliers, laborers, and tradespeople who have a lien against property in Montana must file their lien within 90 days after the date on which they last furnished labor, services or materials. Lien statements must be verified.
Q. Is it necessary to file a preliminary notice?
A. A Notice of Right to Claim Lien must be recorded for construction projects involving single family homes, duplexes, triplexes and 4-plexes. It's a good idea to file a Notice of Right to Claim Lien for any private works done in Montana.
MT contractors, release your lien rights after receipt of final payment on a project with this Montana Conditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Final Payment.
The Waiver and Release authorizes a release of any lien rights or claims for payment which the contractor may have against the owner's property ON THE CONDITION that the final payment from the Customer clears the bank.
The document also includes a Notice of Completion form.
MT contractors, give notice to a property owner as required by law with this Montana Notice of Right to Claim Lien form.
The Notice must be given by a contractor, subcontractor, or supplier providing services or materials for improvements to the owner's property if the services or materials were ordered by a party other than the owner.
The form notifies the owner that a lien may be filed on the property if the claimant is not paid in full.
MT contractors, release your lien rights up to the date of a payment with this Montana Unconditional Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment.
The Waiver and Release authorizes a full and complete release of any lien rights or claims for payment which the contractor may have against the owner's property, upon receipt of a progress payment from or on behalf of the owner.
This is a reusable lien form - buy it, download it, use it as often as you need to.