Do you have the right to file a mechanics lien? All subcontractors and suppliers will wander into this question at some point in their career. This will guide you to getting an answer in three steps.
Subcontractors, suppliers, & others in the construction industry know the word "lien" & have some knowledge-set about these filings. But there is a lot of bad information out there about these documen
Credit policies are very important documents for any business that issues credit to another business. These documents should be written thoughtfully. This guide leads you through 3 high-level steps to
Subcontractors and suppliers send "Notices to Owner" or "Preliminary Notices" thousands of times per day in the United States' construction industry. But when sending these documents, what do you need
Filing a single mechanics lien is very complicated. What does a company do if they are staring at 100+ accounts in their accounts receivable aging report. With so many unpaid accounts and such a complex process, is the mechanics lien even an option? Part I: Strong Return on Inve...
Those who furnish labor or materials to a construction project in Georgia may file a mechanics lien claim - but how exactly do you do it? You must be very careful because any small mistake can be fatal. This is a step-by-step guide to filing a Georgia Mechanics Lien.
California's preliminary notice requirement is pretty straight forward, but in law as in many arenas, the devil is in the details. This Legal Guide discusses three important nuances of the California mechanics lien laws that may affect the validity of your California preliminary notice.
An Arizona mechanics lien is one of the best tools available to contractors and suppliers who are looking to get paid for furnishing to a construction project. This legal guide provides a step-by-step resource to have your mechanics lien filed.
Filing a mechanics lien in Washington is a complex and detailed task. This guide identifies the top 3 mistakes claimants make when filing Washington mechanics liens.
If unpaid on a construction project in California, material suppliers, equipment rental companies, subcontractors, laborers and contractors can file a "mechanic's lien" against the project's property to secure payment. To file the lien, however, procedures must be followed. Here are instructions.