The Sacramento Business Journal just published an article last week discussing the mechanic lien and preliminary notice law changes in taking effect this January 2011 in California, and warning that “Some worry that change in law might catch construction industry off-guard.”
Mechanic Lien and Construction Notice laws and rules are complicated as is, making it difficult for contractors and suppliers to keep up. However, things get much more complicated when the laws change. As the Sacramento Business Journal article suggests, the new laws take effect without everyone knowing about them, or understanding them.
You can avoid being caught off-guard by relying on a mechanic lien and preliminary notice service like Zlien. We keep up with lien law changes across the country so you don’t have to.
So, when the mechanic lien and preliminary notice laws change in California (as they are), we alert you to the changes on this blog under the “Lien Law Update” category. Then, our LienPilot’s legal center is updated with the current information, so you can easily and clearly see hte lien laws that affect your construction project.
When its time to send a notice or file a lien, have confidence that the forms we use are current with the law in effect at hte time of your order.
It’s how we help your company Lien Smarter…and Get Paid.