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6 Days to Becoming a zlien Pro – Day 5: Filing Documents in the Lien Pilot

Your lien deadlines are only as important as the documents that they guide, and filing your notices and liens on time is the best way to protect your lien rights and secure your invoices. Now that you are tracking your deadlines, what do you do when it’s time to file a lien? There are a […]

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Connecticut Mechanics Liens: Zlien Can Help

My previous post reviewed filing Pennsylvania mechanics liens.  In it, I detailed the reasons why one needs to stay especially focused on their lien deadline because of the extensive filing process. However, it is important to know that Pennsylvania is not the only state where one could fall victim to a looming deadline, because of […]

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Mechanics Liens: How to Record a Mechanics Lien

Walking a mechanics lien in for recording or submitting through e-filing are fast ways to get documents stamped and indexed in a matter of minutes.  But, what if the recording office is in a different city or state or e-filing is not an option, how do you record a mechanics lien then? Hiring a courier […]

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Wyoming Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

If you are looking to file a mechanics lien in the state of Wyoming, look no further. These 5 fast facts will get you the information you need to get paid. A Wide Range of Project Participants Have Mechanics Lien Rights In Wyoming both general contractors directly in contact with the property owner and sub-contractors […]

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South Carolina Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Looking to file a mechanics lien in South Carolina? Let Zlien help with the “5 things to know” below! Licensed Contractors Have the Right to Lien In South Carolina, any project participant that contributes labor or supplies to the erection, alteration or repair towards the improvement of a property has mechanics lien rights. This includes […]

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West Virginia Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Zlien makes filing a lien in West Virginia easy. Take a look at the “5 things to know” below to jump start the process and get paid! Contractors and Sub-Contractors Within the First 3 Tiers Have Lien Rights In West Virginia, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers of labor and/or materials to property owners, contractors, or subcontractors, […]

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Maryland Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Let Zlien help you file a mechanics lien in Maryland. Not sure where to start? No problem, just check out the “5 Things to Know” below: Maryland Mechanics Lien Protection Is Broad In Maryland any project participant providing labor or materials for a construction project can file a mechanics lien. This includes architects, engineers, surveyors, […]

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Virginia Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Need to brush up on your Virginia mechanics lien law before filing? No problem, Zlien can help! Just refer to these “5 things to know” before getting started. Most Licensed Parties have Mechanics Lien Rights In Virginia licensed parties that provide service or labor for a construction project, removal or repair or improvement on a […]

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Pennsylvania Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Need a quick overview of Pennsylvania mechanics lien law? You came to the right place. Check out the “5 things to know” below and let Zlien help you get paid! There are Some Unusual Restrictions about When and Who Can File a Mechanics Lien in Pennsylvania Unlike some of the other states, eligibility for who […]

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New York Mechanics Lien Law: Legal Property Description in New York City

While every state requires that some description of the property, like the municipal property address, be included on a mechanics lien, many states take it a step further and require that a mechanics lien include a legal property description. A legal property description can be described as “a written statement recognized by law as to the […]

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New Hampshire Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Most Project Participants Are Eligible In New Hampshire, mechanics lien law states that general contractors, subcontractors, laborers, and material/equipment suppliers, are entitled to mechanics lien rights. In contrast, sub-sub-subcontractors (likely) and suppliers to suppliers (definitely) to not have rights. Though not mentioned explicitly by statute, equipment lessors (within 2 tiers of the general contractor) probably […]

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