Lien waivers are everywhere in construction industry. Because of this ubiquitous nature, lien waivers are often overlooked or merely rubber-stamped as a speed bump on the way to payment. While the above may be the ordinary course of business (and is likely…Read More
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Everyone in the construction industry encounters lien waiver documents, but too often, these complex and consequential forms are overlooked. Whether you’re a sole proprietor or a large corporation, understanding and managing lien waiver requests is important.
Ask yourself: Does your company have a…Read More
New York’s Construction Lien § 11 requires mechanics lien claimants serve a copy of the mechanics lien upon the property owner within “five days before or thirty days after” filing. This post will guide you…Read More
Filing a bond claim is an effective way to get paid on a state, county or federal construction project, but it’s very common for things to get…Read More
Filing a mechanics lien in South Dakota is a pretty straight-forward procedure, as far as mechanics lien procedures go. The state’s preliminary notice is conditional on whether a…Read More
This guide provides a guide to the mechanics lien laws in Oregon, helping you understand the notice requirements…Read More
California’s preliminary notice requirement seems straight-forward enough: send preliminary notice to the property owner, the prime contractor and the lender within 20 days of first furnishing labor or materials to a project. As with…Read More
I’ve read a lot of mechanic lien resources in my day, and most of the time, these online resources try to explain everything about the lien laws to the reader. Heck, this is the case even with our resources. But, you really don’t need to know everything. If you’re a…Read More
The lawyer rating website, Avvo.com, has just published two “Legal Guides” related to construction liens and the filing of construction liens in Washington state.