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Written Contract Not Required To File Indiana Mechanic’s Lien – Even When Required

A few months ago, I wrote a post about a popular mechanic’s lien myth:  Myth: You Can’t File A Mechanic’s Lien Without A Written Contract.  Despite the common misconception, mechanic lien claims can be filed virtually anywhere in the United States without a written contract. Mechanics lien claims can be made against the project based […]

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Mechanic Lien Myth: You Can’t File A Mechanic’s Lien Without A Written Contract

Try as I might on this blog, it’s very difficult to correct all of the false information and myths about mechanic lien law that’s out there on the Internet.  Sometimes folks call me with a crazy question about mechanic lien law that makes me want to ask them “Who told you that?”  Folks sometimes just […]

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No Written Contract Required to File Lien In Delaware

Thanks to the Fox Rothschild LLP blog for calling our attention to a recent Delaware Supreme Court decision confirming that a mechanic lien may be filed in Delaware for claims arising out of a verbal agreement. The case was A&E Drywall Services, LLC v. Eugene A. Delle Donne & Son, LP, et al.. (click to read full text). […]

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