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Wyoming Mechanics Lien Law Change

Wyoming Mechanics Lien: More Flexibility To Claimants With Legislative Changes

Wyoming quietly and subtlety changed an aggravating detail in their mechanics lien laws making the process slightly easier for lien claimants. The new law went into effect on July 1, 2013, and therefore is currently being enforced. More Liberal Requirement To Notify Owners About Mechanics Lien Filing Under Wyoming’s previous law, mechanics lien claimants were […]

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Wyoming Mechanics Lien Law: 5 Things to Know

If you are looking to file a mechanics lien in the state of Wyoming, look no further. These 5 fast facts will get you the information you need to get paid. A Wide Range of Project Participants Have Mechanics Lien Rights In Wyoming both general contractors directly in contact with the property owner and sub-contractors […]

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FAQ: Are We Required To Deliver A Notice Of Intent To Lien Before Filing Our Lien?

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 differences between preliminary notices and notices of intent to lien; and further, to not quite understand when a state requires notices of intent to be sent. […]

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