Contractors Beware: Exaggerating your mechanic's lien can cause big trouble

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Contractors have become as familiar with using mechanic's liens on their New York construction projects as they are with issuing change orders. However, while issuing a change order that is exaggerated will simply result in denial of the change order; filing an intentionally exaggerated mechanic's lien can have a number of consequences that go beyond non-payment of the lien...

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