Taking the Surprise Out of a Mechanics Lien Claim

Mechanics liens are great ways for a supplier, subcontractor, or even a contractor to take a step to ensure compensation for the work they perform on a construction Project. Usually, after the mechanics lien has been filed, the lien claimant can file a lawsuit to foreclose on the property. The mechanics lien filing and the subsequent foreclosure […]

Credit Manager Solutions: Part 3 of the Series: Deciding to File a Mechanics Lien

Deciding to file a mechanics lien is a often a difficult decision. It should not be.  Many companies do not want to upset their customers by filing a mechanics lien, but a mechanics lien is the only way that the law permits you to securitize the value of the labor and materials you provided to a project. Rather […]

Prelien Notice and Notice of Furnishing and Notice to Owner, oh my! Which is Which?

As if filing a lien wasn’t confusing enough, each state has its own requirements about what you need to do before you file the lien.  Pennsylvania requires that subcontractors provide the owner with a prelien notice 30 days before they file a lien. New Jersey requires that on public projects a notice of furnishing be […]

Prelien and Breathe Easy – A Follow Up Session

A couple of weeks ago we sent out an email that gave some accounts receivable tips and received quite a response. Thanks for all the feedback.  In this posting, we’re going to list a couple follow up questions / answers that we think would be helpful to everyone. We’d be happy to answer any other […]

Move It or Lose It – Make Sure You Meet the Deadline

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