Construction Exchange, a social networking site for contractors and construction professionals, has selected Zlien this morning as today’s featured company. Zlien is one of 100 companies listed as a Featured Company at Construction Exchange, out of over 1000 registered companies on the…Read More
Archive | February, 2009
It appears that the Illinois legislature is contemplating an amendment to its mechanic’s lien statute, as reported last week by the informative Illinois Construction Law Blog. According to that blog post, the guts of the amendment…Read More
Earlier in the year, the Construction Lien Blog reported that changes in Georgia’s lien laws were only months away...and the date of the change is now right around the corner. The new Georgia lien laws go into effect…Read More
It’s been an interesting week on the web as it relates to mechanic’s liens, as I’ve run across a number of web posts about the types of services that can be included in a lien.
Let’s look at the matter theoretically. Construction lien laws are normally drafted to protect…Read More
Although situated in Texas, the “We Did It Again Group” sells and lists property and property insurance in all 50 states, and even internationally. Last week, they posted an article on their blog titled “Mechanic’s Liens Can Mess Up A Real Estate Closing!”
The author is speaking to property owners…Read More
Just this December, Ohio law firm Dinsmore & Shohl, L.L.P. published an article in the DaytonB2B Magazine providing general information about the mechanic’s lien laws in that state for private construction improvement projects.
The quick article provides some great basic information about qualifying projects. The article is reproduced in…Read More