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What To Do If The USPS Returns Your Preliminary Notice Mailing?

State requirements everywhere setting forth the preliminary notice and construction notice requirements leave a lot to be desired in addressing practical issues that arise when complying with the same. This is especially true with respect to the actual delivery of a notice.

It is common when sending mail that mail will…

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Webinar: LienPilot New Tricks and Features

zlien is constantly innovating. In fact, it’s one of our core values, and it’s why – almost every week – we push a release of new features and updates to our industry leading cloud based mechanics lien and bond claim management application, the LienPilot.

So many new and cool features…

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Lien Deadline Calculator: Why Dates Are Important

 

 

Have you ever seen this tiny little image next to a project in your LienPilot, the dashboard for zlien users?

It might be the most important feature on your LienPilot, and here’s why:
Lien Pilot due dates help you stay compliant
When you enter a new project into your LienPilot, our system asks…

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You’re Not Crazy – Our Login Screen Has Changed

If you’ve logged into your zlien account recently you probably noticed something different.

In a subtle change to our system we have updated our login screen. The new screen is cleaner than its predecessor, and we think it makes logging in slightly more enjoyable than before.  Plus, we’ve added…

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Zlien v. NCS Credit – A Comparison

Preliminary Notice and mechanics lien compliance is a challenge for building material suppliers and subcontractors across the country. More than a legal compliance challenge this is a credit challenge.

We’ve talked about credit challenges in the past on this blog. In fact, I would call it a general theme of this…

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We Can Manage Lien Compliance For Hundreds Of Projects

If you’re in the construction business then you’re in the credit business, and until recently, that meant having all types of tricks up your sleeve to reduce your company’s credit risk on every furnishing. These tricks include getting personal guarantees, running credit checks, negotiating joint check agreements, purchasing credit insurance,…

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