We’ve discussed at length the benefits and limitations of e-recording services for your mechanics lien, and concluded that electronic filing is generally a massive benefit for the claimant when it is available. E-Recording allows…Read More
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One of the conveniences of technology is the ability to accomplish things in a shorter amount of time than it would take to do the same task in an “analogue” fashion; email is faster than sending a piece of mail through the…Read More
Last month, the Construction finance Journal noted that Pennsylvania has been a hotspot for proposed mechanics lien changes. These changes and potential changes considered whether union workers should be classified as employees or subcontractors, examined…Read More
Pennsylvania has recently been a hotbed of proposed and actual modifications of its mechanics lien law. From considering whether union workers were more properly classified as employees of the general contractor or subcontractors, to taking a…Read More
E- filing is not just for your taxes. While Every state offers filing by mail or walk-ins, more than 300 counties across the country offer electronic filing. Every state is different when it comes to which office or department records mechanics liens.
The most common offices are the County Recorder, Register…Read More
You’re unpaid on a construction project and you’re thinking about filing a mechanics lien. What should you do? Will a lien get you paid? Is there a way to file a lien…Read More
Earlier this week a potential client contacted us with a dilemma: They had waited the entire lien period expecting to get paid and now needed to file a mechanics lien by the end of…Read More
County recorders nationwide are finally jumping on the bandwagon whereby they are enabling documents to be electronically recorded. Ideally, every county in the US should utilize this service for all of its benefits but not every one does unfortunately. Keep in…Read More
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Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett signed the state’s recently passed Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (Act 100), and the law becomes effective in the state immediately. Read the full text of Pennsylvania’s law here.