Texas Property Code - PROP § 53.058. Derivative Claimant: Notice for Specially Fabricated Items
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(a) Except as provided by Subchapter K, [FN1] a claimant who specially fabricates material must give notice under this section for the lien to be valid.
(b) The claimant must give the owner or reputed owner notice not later than the 15th day of the second month after the month in which the claimant receives and accepts the order for the material. If the indebtedness is incurred by a person other than the original contractor, the claimant must also give notice within that time to the original contractor.
(c) The notice must contain:
(1) a statement that the order has been received and accepted; and
(2) the price of the order.
(d) The notice must be sent by registered or certified mail to the last known business or residence address of the owner or the reputed owner or the original contractor, as applicable.
(e) In addition to notice under this section, the claimant must give notice under Section 53.056 if delivery has been made or if the normal delivery time for the job has passed.
(f) The lien of a claimant who accepts an order but fails to give notice under this section is valid as to delivered items if the claimant has given notice under Section 53.056 .
(g) If a retainage agreement consists in whole or part of an obligation to furnish specially fabricated materials and the claimant has given notice under Section 53.057 , the claimant is not required to give notice under this section.
V.T.C.A. Property Code § 53.251 et seq.
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