Construction Lien Law: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Company
While prior blog posts have discussed the basics of mechanics liens as they relate to private construction projects, this post addresses public improvement liens on property owned by the state, a subdivision or agency...more
In a recent decision written by Judge Sykes, affirming a decision from the Western District of Wisconsin, in an issue governed by Wisconsin law, the Seventh Circuit ruled that a title insurer has no duty to indemnify a...more
Bonding Off A Lien In Maine – It’s Time For A New Statute -
With the recovering economy, there is certainly more construction work going on, and that tends to lead to more fights over people getting paid, and many...more
In addition to an arid climate and plenty of sunshine, Arizona and Nevada have something more to offer contractors: a potentially advantageous position over lenders when a project goes bad.
When a project derails and...more
Originally published in the San Francisco Daily Journal - December 26, 2012.
If the sudden 2008 credit crunch can be likened to an earthquake, then the following flood of mechanics lien and stop payment notice...more
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