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30 Jun 2013, 2:30 pm by Thomas G. Heintzman
See Heintzman and Goldsmith on Canadian Building Contracts, 4th ed., Chapter 11, part 2(f) The State Group Inc. v. [read post]
21 Apr 2010, 10:00 pm by Scott Wolfe Jr
Lien laws vary from state-to-state, but across the country it’s a consistent principle that contractors and suppliers can only file mechanic’s liens for work they perform on a construction improvement project. [read post]
26 Mar 2023, 10:07 am
 Because such leverage is widely viewed as an unwarranted extension of the lien’s purpose to provide security for payment, many states have statutes authorizing lien release bonds, allowing an owner or general contractor to discharge the lien by substituting a bond. [read post]
13 Mar 2019, 5:53 am by Austin T. Hamilton, Esq.
All contractors and subcontractors in the State of Florida should know that a contractor and a subcontractor may each claim a lien for the same work on a particular project. [read post]
13 Mar 2019, 5:53 am by Austin T. Hamilton, Esq.
All contractors and subcontractors in the State of Florida should know that a contractor and a subcontractor may each claim a lien for the same work on a particular project. [read post]
14 Feb 2014, 8:00 am by WOLFGANG DEMINO
SOURCE: HOUSTON COURT OF APPEALS - 01-13-00509-CV - 1/14/2014 - Cardenas v Wilson Related earlier post: Remedy for fraudulent lien under the Texas Government Code [read post]
3 Sep 2018, 8:00 am by Mike Habib, EA
In оthеr wоrdѕ, federal and statevеrnmеntѕ may рlасе tаx liens fоr unраіd іnсоmе tаxеѕ, whіlе lосаl gоvеrnmеntѕ mау рlасе tаx lіеnѕ fоr unраіd lосаl income… [read post]
7 Oct 2008, 1:15 pm by Alison Rowe
What if My State Has a Stableman's or Agister's Lien Statute but No Trainer's Lien? [read post]
18 Sep 2007, 4:34 am
The lien is imposed on the client's cause of action, in whatever form it may take during the course of litigation, and follows the proceeds, wherever they may be found (see Matter of Cohen v Grainger, Tesoriero & Bell, 81 NY2d 655, 658 [1993]). [read post]
29 Feb 2020, 6:44 am
May 4, 2011), stated “The time starts to run not from the date the mechanic’s lien accrues but from when the final bill is sent or the last work is completed under the contract. [read post]