Wolfe Law Group, construction attorneys in Washington and Louisiana, posted an interesting article about the construction market in Seattle, WA and the strength of Seattle’s economy as a whole on its construction…Read More
Archive | June, 2008
In the world of construction liens, the word “Notice” gets frequent use. The technical nature of each state’s notice requirements, however, are often misunderstood.
In general, there are 2 types of “notices” required by lien statutes: Preliminary Notice & Notice of Intent to Lien.
Preliminary Notice vs. Notice of Intent… Read More
The recent mid-west floods presents obvious challenges to the victims and their families. Less obvious, however, are the challenges that will be faced by contractors and those in the construction industry, as they pour sweat and finances into their businesses and into the region.
Right now, contractors and “storm-chasers” from…Read More
Okay, we admit it – our old phone system had some troubles. We apologize to any clients or callers who were routed to voice mail or received a response only after a delay.
We’re happy to announce that these troubles have been solved, and we’re ushering in a new…Read More
In Washington State, Contractors are aware of the burdens placed upon them by Labor & Industries. While these conditions and requirements are often necessary to preserve the integrity of the building industry, they are often confusing, vague and difficult to…Read More
- Liens are less costly than filing suit;
zlien is pleased to announce that it is growing its service, and that as of Monday, June 10, 2008, its online lien filing service will be available for use in California.Zlien.com is a revolutionary lien filing service offering those in the construction industry a… Read More
Update: This article updated on July 14, 2012, to conform with the new preliminary notice requirements in California.
In California, if you provide materials or labor to a construction project, you are generally allowed to lien that project in the event…Read More