Filing a Utah Mechanic’s Lien

Know Your Utah Lien Laws Before Filing Preliminary Notices: As is the case in most states, meeting preliminary lien requirements can determine the validity of you final lien document.  However, unlike most states, Utah requires that the preliminary notice be filed with the register of deeds.  This notice does not need to be filed by prime […]

Utah Amends Laws to Protect Contrators and Subcontractors

Utah’s mechanics lien law was amended to take into account the rising number of bankruptcies. It is wise to be mindful of implications bankrupcty may have on the filing of a construction lien; or the implications the filing of a construction lien may have on a decision to file for bankrupcty. The mechanics lien laws have potential impact on how a […]

Utah Mechanics Lien “How To”

Utah lien law statutes provide broad mechanics’ lien rights to contractors, subcontractors, and all persons performing any services or furnishing or renting any materials or equipment, including licensed architects and engineers who have rendered professional services on a project. All persons who have a direct contract with a project owner are deemed to be “general […]