Legal Advice for “Mechanics Lien” — 90 results
Written by attorney Scott G Wolfe JR, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you have not been paid for work
you have done on a property, you may be able to collect the money you are owed
by filing a construction lien, or commonly referred to as a Mechanics... more
Written by attorney Scott G Wolfe JR, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
How do you file a Louisiana mechanics lien? This legal guide will lead you through the process from start to finish, and even provides you with links to download a free Louisiana mechanics... more
Written by attorney David Ginn, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Check Your Records Assemble your contract, payment records, and change orders. Check to make sure that you sent out a twenty-day preliminary lien notice if you are not in direct contract... more
Written by attorney Scott G Wolfe JR, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you've done work on a construction project and haven't
been paid, Washington
laws may provide you with lien rights. To take advantage of this powerful
collection tool, it's important... more
Written by attorney Joseph Katz, about 1 year ago.
This guide will highlight the chief benefits of a mechanic's lien action, and provide tips and pointers to protect your right to lien and your likelihood of success if you do file. Please... more
Written by attorney Scott G Wolfe JR, over 1 year ago.
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... more
Written by attorney Pajman Jassim, over 1 year ago.
Mechanic liens are liens that provide a security interest in the title to real property, usually for the benefit of those who have supplied labor or materials for works of improvement, i.e.,... more
Written by attorney Robert Odle, 8 months ago.
Contractors, subcontractors, laborers, and material suppliers who have not been paid for a project are given added protection under a relatively recent amendment to the Colorado mechanic's... more
Written by attorney Clayton Walker, over 1 year ago.
Who can claim a Contractors Lien? (Alaska Stat. 34.35.050)
Those performing labor on real property at the request of the owner or the agent of the owner for the construction, alteration or... more
Written by attorney Thomas Quinn, over 1 year ago.
While the California mechanic's lien laws have existed for some time, a surprising number of contractors do not know understand the lien procedure. This guide is an attempt to simplify the... more
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