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Your Construction Company’s Options Against Unfounded Liens from Contractors

In the construction industry, liens can be an important way of approaching nonpayment issues from a subcontractor’s point of view.

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Indiana Construction Lien Law: Common Construction Lien Errors

Any construction professionals operating in the State of Indiana need to have a firm understanding of Indiana’s construction lien laws in order to ensure that their right to payment is protected and that they have a proper method of collecting compensation for work performed or materials provided in place. This is essential as all construction […]

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What Does “Lienable” Mean?

Liens are important tools that contractors can use to ensure that they receive payment. It is a legal claim against an asset as a way to try to get overdue payment. Your company can put a legal claim over someone else’s property for the debt that they owe, which can make it difficult for the […]

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Can Liens Be Issued for Government-Owned Property?

A changing economy is pushing more construction companies to do work for governments. There is nothing wrong with this as the government always has work that needs to be done. However, working for the government is not like working for a private entity. The same rules and protections still apply for most of the work, […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Mechanic’s Lien in Indiana

Mechanic’s liens are a powerful tool in the construction industry for helping contractors collect compensation for work performed or materials provided. This is crucial as all construction professionals are familiar with the domino effect that happens when an owner fails to pay a contractor on time. Working capital and cash flow can vanish in an […]

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How to Enforce a Mechanic’s Lien

A mechanic’s lien allows your construction company to put a lien against real property that you performed work on and have not been fully paid for. This can be an important way to ensure that contractors are paid for their work. However, there are certain steps and timelines that you need to honor to have […]

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What Is a Notice of Intent to Lien and When Should I Send One?

After you have done good work, you deserve to be paid. Unfortunately, even when a subcontractor, contractor, or supplier has provided an outstanding end-product, there still may be delays. When that happens, you may need to file a mechanic’s lien.  The mechanic’s lien is designed to give you a way to collect payment when those […]

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Most Common Causes of Construction Liens

A construction lien places a hold on a property so that that property cannot be sold or used for any other purpose until the issue is resolved. Liens have been used for a long time to ensure that construction crews have their concerns addressed before the general contractor or the owner of the property moves […]

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Guide to Construction Liens, Waivers, and Bonds in Florida

During a construction project, contractors, subcontractors, property owners, and anyone else with a vested interest in the project want to make sure their financial assets and work are protected. Construction lien laws are in place to protect contractors, but it’s important that contractors fully understand their rights regarding payments, liens, wavers, and bonds in Florida […]

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Not Even Theme Parks Are Immune to Construction Liens

The mechanics’ lien is a contractor’s most powerful tool for obtaining owed payment for work or materials provided. This tool is so powerful, in fact, that it is currently causing trouble for one of Florida’s largest theme parks. In this brief article, we discuss the lengths a Winter Park construction firm is going to in […]

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