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Does Lien Priority Change If A Lien Release Bond Is Posted?

When there are multiple liens or other encumbrances on a property, and everyone is trying to get paid, the determination of which liens have priority is paramount. I recently discussed an Arizona court’s decision giving a mechanics lien priority over a construction lender. That case was fairly straightforward, and once the facts came out, appeared […]

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Idaho Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Filing a mechanics lien has the tendency to be complicated as the laws are different from state to state. However, don’t let the fine print be the reason you don’t get paid. Check out the “5 things to know” about Idaho mechanics lien law below before filing. Idaho Mechanics Lien Law is Friendly to Contractors […]

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Idaho Mechanics Lien Law: Court Rules on What Party Must Be Named

One of the most basic features of a mechanics lien is that it enables unpaid contractors and subcontractors to get the money they are owed for furnishing labor and/or materials to a construction project.  But what happens if the property owner for whom the subcontractor furnished labor or materials sells that property to a different […]

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