A notice to owner is a statue of Florida law that requires a builder or contractor to inform the owner of a property of services the contractor is planning to perform, according to Builders Notice. The notice also informs the owner of the cost of the improvements to be made.
A notice to owner is prescribed by Florida Statute 713.06, explains Builders Notice. The notice must be in writing, and must be issued at least 45 days prior to the start of the work on the property. Subcontractors and building material suppliers may also be required to serve a notice to owner, even if they do not deal directly with the owner of the property.