Legal Advice for “Mechanics Lien” — 69 results
Written by attorney Matthew Drewes, almost 5 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
Written by attorney Steven Alan Fink, over 5 years ago.
License Information 1. Check to see if the contractor is licensed by the California Contractor's State License Board (http://www.cslb.ca.gov/). Unlicensed Contractors Cannot Recover... more
Written by attorney Barry Eran Janay, almost 6 years ago.
Legal grounds to have a construction / mechanics lien discharged or vacated.... In order to get the lien discharged, you need to apply to the court with grounds for having it discharged or... more
Written by attorney Michael T. Nigro, about 6 years ago.
Know who you are dealing with. Determine the entity name with whom you contracted, who hired your customer, and each party up the chain of contracting from your customer to the general... more
Written by attorney Vincent Pallaci, over 6 years ago.
Mechanic's liens are part of the business of doing construction. Inevitably, if you are involved in construction, a lien will come up. Owners sometimes panic not knowing what to do. Calm... more
Written by attorney David Blansky, over 6 years ago.
What is a Mechanic's Lien? As articulated in one monograph on the subject, "a notice of mechanic's lien is a security device, publicly filed, that lets others know that one is claiming... more
Written by attorney Daniel Gonzales, almost 3 years ago.
Are you are a contractor, supplier or property owner in California? You need to be aware of two recent changes to Californias mechanics lien law affecting the procedures followed by those... more
Written by attorney Cathleen M Curl, about 6 years ago.
Check to see if you received a Preliminary 20-day Notice form If you as the homeowner didn't hire the contractor who liened your property directly, then that subcontractor or supplier must... more
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