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4 Lien Errors to Avoid

A lien can often be prepared quickly, maybe too quickly. After all, it is just a simple form which you fill out and file, right? Not really. Any one of the following errors could invalidate your lien, causing you to lose this all important ability to protect your right to be paid.

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You’ve filed a lien because you’re concerned about getting paid. The last thing you want is a document that won’t stand up to the scrutiny of a construction expert or a judge. You want that lien to be right.

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