Top Mechanics Lien Blog Posts of 2011

It’s the end of the year, and your RSS feeds are puking articles with tips for the new year and reflections on the last. At first, I thought to fight the urge. Obviously, I threw in the towel and are here to present you with the top ten blog posts from the Construction Finance Journal in 2011.

To assemble this list, I looked at the site’s analytics for the past year, and pulled the ten most viewed posts.  Posts from later in the year didn’t get a fair shake because they weren’t up as long to accumulate the visit count, so I excluded the bottom three general posts and substituted them with the most popular from the final quarter of the year.  Here goes:

  1. California Lien Law Changes Effective January 1, 2011 — Are You Ready?
  2. 5 Things To Know About The Miller Act
  3. Summary of 2011 New Jersey Construction Lien Law Changes
  4. California Lien Law Forms, Procedures & Laws Changing on January 1, 2011
  5. What Happens After You File A Mechanic’s Lien?
  6. How to Prepare for a Non-Paying Project
  7. How To File A Mechanic’s Lien: A Comprehensive Overview That Applies To Any State
  8. How Long Will A Mechanics Lien Cause Havoc?  Not Very
  9. How To File A California Mechanics Lien
  10. Everything You Need To Know About Mechanic Liens

Thanks to all my readers for their support and patronage in 2011.  I look forward to a great 2012, and wish you a happy new year.

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