location notice

location notice

[lō′kā·shən ‚nōd·əs]
(mining engineering)
A written sign placed prominently on a claim, showing the locator's name and describing the claim's extent and boundaries.
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That's what we figure a claim is worth, the ground being badly spotted, and we've already staked your location notices."
A "location notice" must also be posted at the job site, stating as follows: "The contractor on this project, (give name and address), has filed a notice of project commencement at the county courthouse.
Once the contractor has properly filed the notice of commencement and referenced it in the location notice posted at the job site, no lien of a remote subcontractor or supplier (remote provider) can exceed the amount owned by the contractor to the subcontractor or supplier to whom the unpaid labor or materials were furnished, unless the remote provider has sent the general contractor a certified "notice of furnishing labor or materials."
The Location Notice. A "location notice" must also be posted at the job site, stating as follows: "The contractor on this project, (give name and address), has filed a notice of project commencement at the county courthouse.
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