Can you waive your right to file a mechanics lien or bond claim before you even begin working on a project? Attempts to strip subcontractors…Read More
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Every state has different mechanics lien laws and notice requirements for those filing a mechanics lien. Some states, like New York, have no notice requirements at all. Many states, including California and Arizona, have preliminary notices that are required to be delivered at the onset of a construction project. Other…Read More
Filing a Wisconsin mechanics lien? No fear, look here for “5 things to know.”
Project Participants have Wisconsin Mechanics Lien Rights Regardless of Tier
Any party who furnishes labor or materials, in the erection, alteration, repair, or improvement of a…Read More
In previous blog posts we’ve discussed the importance of lien waivers. This is especially the case in Wisconsin, where the law is strictly construed against lien claimants. Those asked to sign lien waivers in this…Read More
Short Answer: Only in the following states: Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Louisiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Long Answer: It’s extremely common for folks to not quite understand the Read More
When looking at mechanic lien laws across the country, one of the critical questions any potential lien claimant must ask themselves is this: Do I have lien rights under the applicable state law?
The answer, unfortunately, can sometimes be complex. And yes, we’ve said it before and will say it again,…Read More