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Suppliers to Suppliers Mechanics Lien & Bond Rights

A previous article on our blog indicated that “Suppliers to Suppliers rarely catch a break” with respect to mechanics lien and bond claim laws. The reason here is because most private and public statutes prohibit suppliers to suppliers from filing a mechanics lien or bond claim. It’s important to not only announce this information in […]

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Suppliers to Suppliers Rarely Catch A Break In Mechanics Lien Laws

Earlier this year we wrote about Suppliers to Suppliers and how they are rarely qualified to file a mechanics lien.  This week, an unpublished decision from the Indiana Court of Appeals demonstrated just how difficult it is for these parties to get lien protection. In Indiana, there are two statutes available to construction participants, their […]

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Suppliers to Suppliers Usually Can’t File A Mechanics Lien

In the mechanics lien law world, there are very few rules that are consistent state-to-state. That a material supplier to another material supplier is without mechanic lien rights, however, is an exception. Nearly every state prohibits suppliers to suppliers from filing a mechanics lien. This is not only true for private (residential, commercial or industrial) […]

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