Suppose a person A had a contractor B do work on A's home that ended six months ago and then there was some followup paperwork that last had action in April. The last communication was in May.
Suppose that in September B is trying to come back to have A pay some bills.
I had read that after 90 days of no work done that liens can not be placed Washington State liens.
When Is Final Notice Given?
Filed within 90 days after claimant’s last delivery or last date on which employee benefit contributions were due. NOTE that a copy of the notice must also be sent to the owner by certified or registered mail, or personally served within FOURTEEN (14) days of filing the claim. Failure to do so forfeits any right to attorneys’ fees and costs against the owner.
B has not done any work on A's home in six months and only some very light work on bills negotiation over four months before. Can B really obtain a lien this late? Does the law permit this?