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Be Technical When Filing Your Mechanic’s Lien

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We are all familiar with some of the technical requirements of filing a mechanic’s lien, including the legal description, the correct names and addresses of the general contractor or person you have a contract with, a description of the services performed, the first and last day furnishing labor or materials,

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How Early Should You File a Mechanics Lien?

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Few contractors want to jeopardize the job by filing a mechanic’s lien to early. If you are a subcontractor, for example, you want to make sure the owner and the general are in good faith taking the steps to pay. And it may be politically unwise to jump the gun

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Who is a Construction Lender: California’s New Preliminary 20-Day notice for General Contractors

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 Most of us know that under the new California law fact if July 1, 2012, a general contractor must serve a preliminary twenty day notice if there is a construction lender. That is an absolute prerequisite to later filing a mechanic’s lien. But how do the California statues define a

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