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California Mechanics Lien: New Service Requirement Explained

The California mechanics lien law has always required claimants to deliver a copy of any filed liens to the property owner. Prior to the recent 2012 amendments, however, there was very little detail about how and when to do this. California’s recent mechanics lien law changes is now pretty specific on these points, but it […]

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Preliminary Notice Software…Or A Service?

When it comes to sending preliminary notices, outsourcing the work is the smart choice for your company.  This post explains why. Every Second And Dime You Spend On Software Is A Waste Software is out. It’s gone. It’s dead. There’s a good reason for that, too, and I think our caption to the above photograph […]

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Free National Digest of Lien Laws

  The landscape of lien laws are complex, diverse and confusing across the nation. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a reliable, easy-to-use reference guide?  Wouldn’t it be great if the guide was free? Zlien has spent years compiling the web’s most impressive collection of mechanics lien law information. Our reference guide has everything […]

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3 Things To Ask Your Mechanics Lien Company

Zlien started doing business back in 2007, when there were barely any companies offering mechanic lien and preliminary notice filing services. Since then, a few folks took cues and now claim to offer professional lien and notice services. However, buyers should beware. The mechanics lien and preliminary notice business is not without its complications. Just […]

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