LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Christopher Eric Ng | Jul 9, 2018

A Direct Contractor's Guide to Enforcing Mechanics Liens and Stop Payment Notices in California

It is all about security and leverage. If you are a general contractor (aka prime contractor or direct contractor) in California, you probably already known that there are many steps to take before, during, and after construction to enforce your mechanics lien and stop payment notice claims.

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