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To Whom Do You Serve Your Mechanic’s Lien?

General contractors and subcontractors alike are mindful of the importance of what happens after recording or filing your mechanic's lien. Simply having it as a matter of record is not enough. For both legal and practical purposes, you also want to serve the lien. In most cases, this means serving the applicable persons by mail. If you are a general contractor, you will be serving the owner. If you are a subcontractor or supplier, you will be serving both the ...
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Mechanic’s Lien Waiver–Paying Subcontractors and Suppliers

As a general contractor, on each job you are eventually required by the owner, upon final payment to fill out and send a lien waiver. But what if you have disputes with subcontractors or suppliers or for any other reason, they are not paid the full amount owed? This places you in a predicament. Most lien waivers have a statement to the effect that upon the payment of the final invoice, as a general contractor you are representing that all ...
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How California’s New 2008 Marijuana Law Affects Employers

Effective January 1, 2018, California pursuant to Proposition 64 (Adult Use of Marijuana Act) now has in place newly developed laws as to the use and possession of marijuana. This brief Memo summarizes how those laws may impact the workplace. By now you are probably heard that effective 6:00 AM on January 1, 2018, it is now legal for anyone 21 years or older and showing a driver’s license to purchase an ounce of marijuana from a licensed dispensary. Possession ...
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