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Providing the CRITICAL; RESEARCH, VERIFICATION, PREPARATION and SERVING of preliminary notices, mechanic’s liens and/or construction liens, and related construction notices which protect the lien RIGHTS of: Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Materials Suppliers, Equipment Rental Companies, Designers, Engineers, Architects, and Manufacturers who provide products, materials, and equipment used in the building and improvement of Real Property.

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  • Working on a Construction Project in Missouri? This information is sure to help! Have you recently performed work, or supplied materials, to a construction project in Missouri? Were you successful in collecting payment, or are you still working on some older accounts receivable? If you were unsuccessful in collecting payment from your last construction project, you’re not alone. Contractors and material suppliers all over the country have wrestled ...
  • 10 Things You may want to Know About Filing a Michigan Claim of Lien If you or your business is providing labor and/or materials to a construction project in the state of Michigan, it is in your best interest to be familiar with the general statutes included in Michigan’s Lien Law. Should one of your clients fail to remit payment on a construction project, you will be responsible for ...
  • 4 Things to Know about the South Carolina Lien Law Have you provided labor or materials to a construction project in South Carolina? Has your customer failed to send payment? If so, you may be thinking about filing a Mechanics Lien; however, before you file a Mechanics Lien to collect payment for labor and/or materials furnished on a construction project in South Carolina, you need ...
  • Which Documents are required Prior to Filing a Claim of Lien on Real Property in North Carolina? Are you participating in a construction project based in North Carolina, or have you recently furnished materials for a project with property in North Carolina? If so, you may be entitled to Mechanics Lien protection under the North Carolina Lien Law. Before you file a Mechanics Lien, it’s important to understand the basic provisions of ...