Oregon law requires contractors to provide the homeowner with this notice at the time of contract, for work
on a residential structure. This notice explains licensing standards, bond and insurance requirements, and
steps that consumers can take to help their construction project run smoothly.
Your contractor is required by law to provide this notice to inform you
about construction lien laws. This notice explains the construction lien law, and gives steps
you can take to protect your property from a valid lien. As an owner, you should read this
information notice carefully. This information notice is required to be given if you contract
for residential construction or remodeling, if you are buying a new home, or at any time
the contract price exceeds $2,000.
According to Oregon State law, your contractor must also provide this information to you. Oregon law contains important requirements that homeowners must follow before
starting an arbitration or court action against any contractor, subcontractor,
or supplier (materials or equipment) for construction defects.