Use the Correct California Lien Waivers to Reduce Stress and Avoid Violations

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Mechanics lien waivers are meant to make payment processes easier. Often, they do more to compound the problem than to alleviate it. For contractors, developers, and owners – being sure that all of the appropriate lien waivers have been collected is a stressful task. Further, for subs and suppliers, being...

How To Make A Florida Payment Bond Claim

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It’s a last resort, but when payment isn’t coming, it’s important for Florida subcontractors and suppliers to know how to make a Florida payment bond claim. SummaryArticle NameHow To Make A Florida Payment Bond ClaimDescriptionLearn everything you need to know about how to make a payment bond claim on a...

What is a General Contractor’s Last Furnishing Date?

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When it comes to managing your lien rights on a construction project, one of the most important requirements is managing deadlines. These deadlines typically specify when certain documents must be sent, or when certain actions must be taken. Often, project deadlines are calculated from project milestone dates. One of those...

What Is a Notice of Commencement in Ohio Construction?

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When you’re starting on a new construction job, there is a laundry list of things that you have to keep track of. One of the easiest to forget is the start date of the job. The further away from that date you get, the harder it can be to pinpoint...

Enforcing a California Mechanics Lien Could Waive Arbitration Rights (Unless…)

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Arbitration is usually preferable to litigation, so when an arbitration agreement is in place, it’s a good idea not to waive the right to arbitrate. Filing a mechanics lien won’t destroy this right, and typically, claims are resolved before any lien enforcement becomes necessary. However, if enforcement does become necessary, claimants...