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Florida Notice To Owner: Exceptions To The Requirement

Generally speaking, when working on a private construction project in Florida, you must deliver a “Notice To Owner” to preserve your mechanics lien rights. Like any law, there are exceptions.  This post reviews the rule, the exceptions and some best practices for your company. Explaining Florida’s Notice To Owner Requirement Many states have preliminary notice […]

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New Massachusetts Mechanic Lien Law Takes Effect Today, July 1st

Earlier this year, we posted about a small change to the Massachusetts mechanic lien laws.  The new law – Chapter 424 of the Acts of 2010 – explicitly provides design professionals mechanic lien rights in the state. From here on out, therefore, architects, engineers and other design professionals have the same mechanic lien rights as […]

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New Law Gives Architects and Engineers Mechanic Lien Rights in Massachusetts

Thanks to the attorneys at Seyfarth Shaw, LLP for calling our attention to a change in Massachusetts mechanic lien laws, set to take effect on July 1, 2011.  Signed into law earlier this month by governor Deval Patrick, the new law grants architects, engineers and other design professionals the same mechanic lien rights that contractors, […]

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Texas Mechanics Lien: Engineers, Architects and Surveyors Claims

When you take a moment and look over the vast spectrum of lien resources on the web, you will find that almost everything is geared towards the contractor, with a bit of focus towards suppliers and material manufacturers. But do you ever see anything lending a hand to the design professionals of this world? At […]

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