Monthly Archives: August 2014

August 28, 2014

Amended notice of intent unnecessary when amending lien amount

By Tim Gordon

In addition to addressing the propriety of a property description, the boundaries of blanket liens, and the appropriateness of apportionment, in August of 2014, a division of the Court of Appeals held that lien claimants need not serve a new notice of intent before recording an amended lien where the only amendment is the amount of the lien.  Sure-Shock Electric, Inc. v. Diamond Lofts Venture, LLC, 2014 COA 111.

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