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Timely Recording Lien within 90 Days From Lienor’s Last Day / Final Furnishing Date

For construction liens to be valid, the lien must be recorded within 90 days from the lienor’s last day performing work–this is known as the lienor’s final furnishing date.   A lienor’s final furnishing date is largely a factual based … 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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Record Your Construction Lien within 90 Days from Final Furnishing

Construction liens NEED to be recorded within 90 days from the lienor’s final furnishing at the Project. This final furnishing date—also knows as the lienor’s last date providing labor, services, or materials to the project—excludes punchlist or warranty work (or any … 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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Suing a Miller Act Payment Bond within One-Year From Your Final Furnishing Date

Prime contractors on federal construction projects furnish the federal government with a Miller Act payment bond. Subcontractors and suppliers in privity of contract with the prime contractor (or sub-subcontractors or suppliers in privity with a subcontractor) must file a Miller … Continue reading

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