Archive | September, 2010
The Sacramento Business Journal just published an article last week discussing the mechanic lien and preliminary notice law changes in taking effect this January…Read More
When we first reported on legislation out of California amending their mechanic lien laws in November 2009, it seemed the new law would take effect only in the distant…Read More
A few months ago we posted about a mega-project in Las Vegas facing financing troubles and leading to over $500,000,000 in mechanic liens. The point? Even on the biggest of projects, mechanic liens transform…Read More
September is National Preparedness Month, and Zlien is here to help your company prepare for non-paying construction projects.
How can you prepare for a non-paying project. Here are some steps we posted…Read More
September is National Preparedness Month, and since we’re now in the middle of the month, I thought it would be appropriate to post about what steps…Read More
Before last week, contractors and suppliers in Alaska were required to file a mechanic lien within 90 days from last furnishing labor and/or material to a construction project. Alaska House Bill 253 (read full…Read More
Earlier this year, the Missouri legislature approved some fairly significant changes to the mechanics lien laws in Missouri. We summarized those changes back in May, and posted a reminder to…Read More
Over the past two weeks, the lien laws changed in Mississippi and Alaska, and the LienPilot database has been updated to ensure your preliminary notice and mechanic lien deadlines are properly calculated.
In Mississippi, the law changed so…Read More