When talking to folks about preserving their mechanics lien rights by setting up a lien policy that sends preliminary notices on each project, we frequently get pushed back with worries that preliminary notices will scare others on the project or impair relationships. In fact, a few years ago it inspired me to write this post: Preliminary Notice Will Not Scare Your Customer.
This is an extension of that post, reviewing some specific reasons why you're wrong if you think preliminary notices are bad business.
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