Mechanic's Lien State of California County of San Francisco Notice is hereby given that on February 15, 2012, Elliott Smith

, of 839 Empire Rd, Sacramento, California 94389, a Contractor, commenced services at the Single Family Home located at 132 Mechanics St, San Francisco, in the County of San Francisco State of California more specifically known and legally described as: Subdivision: Breatheway Range: 105 Lot: 66 County: King Square: 4-A Claimant claims a lien under Section 3082 et. Seq. of the Civil Code of the State of California. in the amount of $12,312.00 on the Single Family Home and the premises or real estate on which it is erected or built, belonging to Michael Michaels whose address is 938 Downe St., San Francisco, California 43231. For satisfaction of a claim which became due on April 19, 2012, upon completion of services, for Remodeled master bathroom. Claimant signed a contract dated February 23, 2012 and was employed or furnished labor, services, equipment and/or materials under an agreement with Michael Michaels, 938 Downe St., San Francisco, California 43231. Claimant hereby declares that there is now due the balance of $12,312.00 which respondents neglect and refuse to pay despite requests and demands for payment. For this reason, Claimant is entitled to a lien on the property described herein and the improvements located thereon for the total sum of the lien claimed along with interest on the maturity of the debt as allowable according to Statute in such cases made and provided. __________________________________________ ________________________ Elliott Smith 839 Empire Rd Sacramento, California 94389 Date

STATE OF INDIANA, COUNTY OF INDIANAPOLIS, ss: This Affidavit was acknowledged before me on this _____ day of ____________________, _____ by Elliott Smith, who, being first duly sworn on oath according to law, deposes and says that he/she has read the foregoing Affidavit subscribed by him/her, and that the matters stated herein are true to the best of his/her information, knowledge and belief. ____________________________________ Notary Public _________________________________ Title (and Rank) My commission expires _____________ Verification I, the undersigned, declare: I am the Claimant named in the foregoing claim of mechanic's lien: I am authorized to make this verification for the Claimant: I have read the foregoing claim of mechanic's lien and know the contents thereof, and the same is true of my knowledge. I certify (or declare) under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on ______________________, 20____ at _________________, California. _____________________________________ Signature of Claimant or Authorized Agent Document Prepared By: Elliott Smith 839 Empire Rd Sacramento, California 94389

NOTICE OF MECHANIC'S LIEN Upon the recording of the enclosed MECHANIC's LIEN with the County Recorders Office of the county where the property is located, your property is subject to the filing of a legal action seeking a court-ordered foreclosure sale of the real property on which the lien has been recorded. That legal action must be filed with the court no later than 90 days after the date the mechanic's lien is recorded. The party identified in the mechanic's lien may have provided labor or materials for improvements to your property and may not have been paid for these items. You are receiving this notice because it is a required step in filing a mechanic's lien foreclosure action against your property. The foreclosure action will seek a sale of your property in order to pay for unpaid labor, materials, or improvements provided to your property. This may affect your ability to borrow against, refinance, or sell the property until the mechanic's lien is released. BECAUSE THE LIEN AFFECTS YOUR PROPERTY, YOU MAY WISH TO SPEAK WITH YOUR CONTRACTOR IMMEDIATELY, OR CONTACT AN ATTORNEY, OR FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MECHANIC'S LIENS GO TO THE CONTRACTORS STATE LICENSE BOARD WEBSITE AT www.cslb.ca.gov

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