Texas is notorious for having some of the most complex and confusing lien laws in the nation. This step-by-step guide will help you navigate this complex process and outlines who is eligible to file and provides information on mandatory notice and timing requirements that can impact the validity of your lien.
No Obligation to Provide Actual Notice of the Filing of A Texas Construction Lien Claim The issue of whether construction liens are binding after the transfer of property is a thorny one. The new owners did not commission the work, and in many cases may not have known that a lien claim was filed on […]
Dallas/Forth Worth Website Provides Detailed Information on Properties Innovation in the real estate industry, especially with online startups, is taking off, and becoming more local. While Zillow, StreetEasy, and Tulia provide real estate listings and a wealth of information about properties, those websites are missing one thing: local knowledge and information about the condition of […]
In Texas, mechanics’ liens are created by constitutional right and by statute. A Constitutional Lien is available only to contractors in direct contractual privity with the owner for the improvements to the property. Statutory mechanics’ liens may be asserted, similar to other states, by general contractors, subcontractors, materialmen, mechanics, or artisans. A Texas mechanics lien […]
According to The Daily Texan Online, new construction for a University in UT is underway. The construction project is estimated to cost $334 million and is scheduled to conclude in May 2016. The project consist of new research, educational and administrative buildings for the university. The main phase of the construction is the building of […]