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Use a Lawyer to Prepare YOUR Construction Lien

Here is a reason why you should always consider using a lawyer in preparing your construction liens.  And, I am talking about a lawyer that is going to review your pertinent documentation in preparing your lien and spending the time … Continue reading

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The Notice to Owner Must be Serviced within 45 Days from Lienor’s Initial Furnishing

As a subcontractor or supplier, it is important to preserve your lien rights by serving a Notice to Owner within 45 days from initial furnishing.  If you are a supplier of specially fabricated materials, the Notice to Owner must be … Continue reading

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Subcontractor and Supplier MUST Timely Serve Notice to Owner

Not too long ago, I dealt with an issue of a subcontractor not timely serving a Notice to Owner.  It was not even close.  This meant that the subcontractor did not properly perfect its construction lien rights.  Of course, the subcontractor … Continue reading

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Be Proactive with Your RIGHT to Payment on Private Construction Projects

If you are a subcontractor or supplier on a private construction project, you want to be proactive regarding your right to payment.   As the maxim goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Being proactive will hopefully … Continue reading

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Private Project Payment Bonds – Make Sure to Serve Initial Notice of Intent (Notice to Owner) on the Contractor if You are Not in Privity with the Contractor

If you are working on a private project as a subcontractor, sub-subcontractor, or supplier, make sure you pull up the notice of commencement to confirm whether you have construction lien or payment bond rights.  If there is a payment bond, … Continue reading

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