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Over the past several months, the Construction Finance Journal has spent a good deal of time discussing North Carolina’s recently amended lien laws, with special attention given to the newly created lien agent. As…Read More
As we noted in another post, more than 300 counties across the country offer electronic filing of mechanics lien and/or notices. Furthering electronic capabilities, some entire states, such as Iowa, are moving toward housing the entire lien registry…Read More
Despite the handful of relatively recent posts, the changes to North Carolina’s mechanic’s lien and notice law that we have looked at so far have been those contained in the relatively uncontroversial HB 1052. This post…Read More
Earlier this week, guest blogger Christopher Hill published an article here titled “Is Messing With Mechanic’s Lien Statutes A Good Thing?” Perhaps the North Carolina legislature and lobbying groups ought to read through…Read More
So far in the exploration of North Carolina’s changing mechanic’s lien laws we have looked at the relatively uncontroversial HB 1052, and its ramifications. This post will take a look at the much bigger changes outlined by Read More
The notice requirements in Virginia are fairly straight-forward.
According to the Code of Virginia, lien notice must only be provided on single or two family residential projects, and only if a Mechanics Lien Agent (MLA) is designated by the property owner in the project’s building permit.
If a MLA has been designated,…Read More