Contractor Loses Construction Lien Rights for Job

According to the Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids, a contractor who provided a substantial amount of improvements to a church construction job lost his lien rights due to a late sworn statement.  The sworn statement was provided after the start of litigation rather than before the engagement of litigation, which is stated in the requirements […]

Michigan Construction Lien Act Visible Improvements Construed In Favor of Lienors

In past blogs we have highlighted recent case law in Montana and Nevada that permitted priority to construction liens where visible work was performed on a property prior to the issuance of a construction loan. In this blog, we’ll take a look at another State’s rules on priorities of liens where work was performed before […]