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Is Work Actually Completed? Things to Consider Before Filing a Mechanic’s Lien

When it comes to opening a construction payment dispute, timing is everything. The state of California offers several legal remedies to contractors and suppliers who have not been paid for the work that they have completed or materials that they have provided.

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There are several rules that dictate when and when is not too early to record a mechanic’s lien in California. When it comes to collecting payment via a lien, timing is everything. Depending on the circumstances leading up to your non-payment, when you record your lien can mean the difference between having your lien voided and collecting your payment in a timely fashion. At Garcia & Gurney, ALC, we understand the various laws surrounding mechanic’s liens in California and can ensure that you recover payment for a job “completed” in a timely manner. To consult with a Pleasanton construction litigation lawyer today, call 925-468-0400 to schedule a consultation today.

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