Legal Advice for “Mechanics Lien” — 67 results
Written by attorney David Thien Tran, over 2 years ago.
The New Mechanics Lien Law
Top 10 Questions
Are you and your company ready for the biggest changes in 40 years to occur to Californias Mechanics Lien procedures?If the answer is... more
Written by attorney Scott G Wolfe JR, almost 3 years ago.
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.
Written by attorney Scott Kron, about 3 years ago.
Written by attorney Vincent Pallaci, over 3 years ago.
A mechanic's lien must closely follow the statutes which create it in order to be valid. Often contractors prepare the mechanic's liens themselves, or hire attorneys that are not familiar... more
Written by attorney Thomas Valkenet, almost 4 years ago.
I love to win! And sometimes the other side pitches in to make it a bit easier. I recently have had three cases where contractors sued to impose mechanic's liens on both homes and... more
Written by attorney Marc G. Garlett, almost 4 years ago.
The 2011 changes make California Mechanic's Liens unenforceable unless certain service and notice requirements are met. All contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers need to be... more
Written by attorney John Roper, almost 2 years ago.
Mechanic's liens reduce risk of financial loss by providing an additional source of recovery in some circumstances when one provides work or materials for which one isn't paid. In other... more
Written by attorney Thomas F Nowland, about 4 years ago.
Problems Arising From Unpaid Contractors, Subcontractors, Laborers, And Material Suppliers Many construction related contract disputes arise due to unpaid subcontractors and material... more
Written by attorney Matthew Drewes, over 4 years ago.
This Article is intended to provide general information only. It does not relate to every situation and is not intended to replace the role of a competent attorney. This article does not... more
Written by attorney George Wolff, over 5 years ago.
Are you a General Contractor under a direct contract with the Property Owner, or are you Subcontractor. If your contract is with the tenant of the building and not the owner, you are... more
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