Mechanics Liens & Construction Liens
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Who hired you.Who you did work for (i.e. who isn't paying you), including their name and address.
Where you did the work.The address of the property on which you performed work or delivered materials.
How much you're owed.Be ready to provide the contract amount, how much you've been paid, and if you have any change orders.
Watch: Why File a Construction Lien
You don't want to be spending time and money figuring out how to file a mechanics' lien. LienItNow.com provides the construction industry online construction lien forms to help contractors, sub-contractors, and material suppliers quickly complete what could otherwise take hours of work.
In three simple steps, complete a lien claim in only 10 quick minutes. Once a time-consuming process for construction companies, LienItNow.com makes completing your lien faster and easier than ever.
LienItNow's services and products are not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. While our site is based on lower cost through the power of "do it yourself", if you need help specific to your issue, you can take a look at our Attorneys Connections page to find a lawyer who can provide the assist.
The effect of a lien is somewhat similar to mortgages or property loans: liens are recorded land documents that must be paid off in order for the owner to sell the property. The person who filed the property lien can even foreclose on the property if the claim is not paid.
LienItNow's DIY option allows customers to complete a construction lien claim form online, obtain a completed document and then send it out and file it themselves. With LienItNow's Full Service option, after the mechanics lien is completed by the customer, LienItNow reviews the document for accuracy, and then sends it out and files it.
Liens generally need to be sent to the person or company that that owns or rents the property, the prime or general contractor, and the person with whom you have a contract. The mechanics lien needs to be filed with the court or the county clerk.
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