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California Mechanics Lien Law: Must It Be Notarized?

While a California mechanics lien must be signed and “verified,” there is not an independent requirement that it also be notarized. Confusion arises because the mechanics lien statute requires verification, but as we’ll see in this blog post, a “verification” requirement is not the same as a “notarization” requirement. The statute in question is California […]

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Washington Supreme Court Reverses Controversial Williams v Athletic’s Field

Well, can I say that I saw it coming? Today, the Washington Supreme Court released its opinion on Williams v. Athletic’s Field, and reversed, making all lien claimants breathe a huge sigh of relief.    We’ve written a great number of posts on this interesting case in Washington state, and how much it means to […]

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