Many state courts are notorious for enforcing state mechanics lien and contractual law extremely strictly; failure to comply with every single detail set forth in the law means that a lien will be declared invalid or a suit to…Read More
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Suppliers to Suppliers Do Not Have Lien Rights – Most Others Do
In Kentucky, the only project participants without mechanics lien rights are suppliers to suppliers. This means that…
Many posts on the lien blog have discussed the complexity of mechanic’s lien laws, and noted that the notice, lien, and bond claim laws throughout the country are constantly changing. [pullquote style=”left” quote=”dark”] If you are really not paying attention, like the judges hearing a recent Kentucky case, a change…Read More
We frequently discuss bond claims on this blog, as this is the mechanics lien remedy available to contractors and suppliers on state and federal projects. When working on a project owned by or controlled by the government, those unpaid for services rendered are able to file a claim against a…Read More
It’s been an interesting week on the web as it relates to mechanic’s liens, as I’ve run across a number of web posts about the types of services that can be included in a lien.
Let’s look at the matter theoretically. Construction lien laws are normally drafted to protect contractors, who…Read More