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Tennessee Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

Eligibility to File A Mechanics Lien in Tennessee Depends on the Project Eligibility to file a lien in Tennessee depends on the project type. On most projects (the exception being 1-4 unit residential owner-occupied buildings), pretty much everyone that participates in construction has lien rights. This includes contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, laborers, surveyors, architects, and engineers. Where […]

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Special Mechanic Lien Rules for Specially Fabricated Materials

Time and time again on this blog, I’ve said that if there is one lien law rule consistent from state to state, it’s that in order to qualify for a mechanics lien claim, the materials or labor you furnish must actually be incorporated into the jobsite’s property (click here to see mentions of “incorporation” on […]

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