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Do Not Ignore the Surety’s Demand for Collateral Security

If you are furnishing a payment bond or performance bond to an owner or contractor (the obligee), whatever the case may be, then you are the principal of that bond.  Sureties, however, are not issuing bonds on your behalf out … Continue reading

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Homeowners: Invest in a Construction Attorney

A construction lien is recorded on your home. You are nervous. You are angry. You have many emotions and don’t know what to do. First things first. Take a deep breath. Calm down. Once you’ve had an opportunity to digest … Continue reading

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Make Sure the Construction Lien is Recorded within 90 Days from the Final Furnishing Date

A lienor needs to record its construction lien within 90 days of its final furnishing date on the construction project.   This must be proven at trial and is a requirement in order to sustain a construction lien foreclosure claim. … Continue reading

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Construction Liens Must be Recorded No Later than 90 Days from Final Furnishing Date

Construction liens must be recorded no later than 90 days from a lienor’s final furnishing date / last day of performing labor, services, or materials: Please contact David Adelstein at dadelstein@gmail.com or (954) 361-4720 if you have questions or would … Continue reading

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