Legal Survival Tip in Today's Construction Industry: Serve a Stop Notice

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Most contractors and material suppliers are familiar with the protections afforded by California’s mechanic’s lien law on private works of improvement, however, many are not as familiar with the stop notice remedy. Any claimant who has mechanic’s lien rights also has stop notice rights. In today’s real estate and economic rollercoaster, it is vital that contractors and material suppliers pursue all available avenues of recovery, especially the stop notice, which can be a more effective weapon than a mechanic’s lien.

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