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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 by now 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

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Mechanics Lien for Service Contracts

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For the people that have been in the business for a number of years, it can categorically be stated that no one has ever seen it this bad. Before, business was booming. In fact it was so robust, that some contractors would rather take a another job than file mechanic’s

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Can Your Mechanics Lien be Wiped Out in Foreclosure?

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We all recognize the importance of recording a mechanics lien.  It goes against the owner’s property and prevents that person from selling or refinancing the property.  As a matter of public record, it can also go against their credit standing through the reporting agencies of Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax.  But

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