Pennsylvania Mechanic’s Lien Reminder Tool &
In the state of Pennsylvania, you have a total of 6 months after your last day of completed work to file your mechanic’s lien – or 180 days. You must also file your Notice of Intent to Lien at least 30 days before you file a mechanic’s lien. To clarify, you have a maximum of 150 days from the last day you’ve completed work to file a Notice of Intent to Lien. Without this notice, your mechanic’s lien claim is void. Thankfully, this free tool can help you to never miss a deadline.
Below, you will simply input the last date you completed work on this project in the state of Pennsylvania and our free Mechanic’s Lien Date Calculator will then calculate your respective deadlines to file the documents necessary for your mechanic’s lien and Notice of Intent to Lien. Finally, you’ll receive an automated email containing both of these dates for future reference. You’ll also receive a “warning” email 2 weeks out from both of these deadlines reminding you to file these documents within the correct timeframe. This simple tool should prevent you from ever forgetting a deadline to file a mechanic’s lien in the state of Pennsylvania – and it’s entirely free to use!
Please note: dates are formatted as: dd/mm/yyyy
NOTE: This calculator does not represent my legal counsel; it is only a tool to be utilized in helping individuals within the construction industry remember important deadlines that protect their right to payments through the lawful power of mechanic’s liens. In no way does the utilization of this Mechanic’s Lien Reminder Tool indemnify users from their ultimate responsibility to check these dates and lawfully file these documents. Thank you for utilizing this free tool. If you are seeking legal counsel regarding a mechanic’s lien, please click here!