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Interested in Learning about Federal Miller Act?

Are you interested in learning more about the federal Miller Act?  In particular, are you interested in learning more about preserving rights under a federal Miller Act payment bond claim?  If so, check out a portion of this presentation I … Continue reading

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The Notice of Contest Against Payment Bond

I have talked about recording a Notice of Contest of Lien to shorten the lienor’s stature of limitations to foreclose on the construction lien from one year to sixty days. This same principle applies to a statutory payment bond claims … Continue reading

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It Starts with Being Proactive Regarding Your Lien and Payment Bond Rights

If you take anything from reading these articles, take away the notion that it is imperative to be PROACTIVE regarding preserving construction lien and bond rights.  Being proactive will allow you to maximize your leverage to get paid! Below is … Continue reading

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Who is Entitled to Construction Liens (or Payment Bond Rights) Under Florida Law

Who is entitled to construction liens? Under Florida Statute s. 713.01(18) a construction “lienor” or claimant is defined as: (18) “Lienor” means a person who is: (a) A contractor; (b) A subcontractor; (c) A sub-subcontractor; (d) A laborer; (e) A … Continue reading

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