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Minnesota Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Not sure where to start on your Minnesota mechanics lien? Let the “5 things to know” below guide you into getting paid!
Suppliers to Suppliers do Not have Minnesota Mechanics Lien Rights
Parties who furnish labor, materials, or services at the request of the owner, owner’s agent, general contractor, or subcontractor on…

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Minnesota Mechanics Lien Law: Priority and Relation-Back

Many states allow a mechanics lien to relate back to the beginning of the project for purposes of establishing priority. The hard part is determining what constitutes the beginning of the project. After much litigation, the Minnesota Supreme Court may provide some guidance on how to define “one continuous project”.

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