Courts around the country are constantly construing the mechanic or construction lien laws, making compliance with these statutes sometimes feel like a moving target. A recent case out…Read More
Archive | June, 2010
If you search “Pay When Paid Clauses” in Google, you’re going to get a lot of results that say a lot different things. This contractual provision – used in almost every general / sub construction contract – is…Read More
Generally speaking, lien laws and deadlines are complicated. The Texas lien statutes, however, may be among the most complex in the nation.
When calculating your deadline to file a lien, there are two features that distinguish the Texas framework from…Read More
The Sacramento County Public Library has recently published a page with a good overview of the California lien laws, as well as links to forms, websites and other resources that can help contractors and suppliers understand and utilize liens.
The page leads off with this pithy summary of lien laws…Read More
It’s 2010, and we have the Internet. And everyone knows that everything is free on the Internet. So why should you have to pay for basic information about the lien laws across the country? And why should you have to search through hundreds of websites to find…Read More
You only have so long to file your preliminary notice or mechanics lien. You shouldn’t waste any of that time trying to figure out how much the filing is going to cost you.
zlien leads its industry in providing a simple and…Read More