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What We Do
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. CRM Lien Services, Inc. is licensed and insured. We provide comprehensive service in all 50 states. Don’t trust your documents to someone who may be willing and able but too small to take a chance on to securely protect your job related accounts receivable. CRM “Serving Industries that build America” for over 30 years.

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Preliminary Notice Cycle
Get help understanding how to find the notice or action you may need to take to protect your rights to Claim a Lien or a Bond Claim in all 50 States. Knowing when to file a lien and the need for a preliminary notice becomes easier to understand when using our 50 State Guide. This help page will give you a basic understanding of this tool. However, when in doubt, call us tool free at 1-800-PRELIMS.

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  • Understanding Retainage While the concept is no mystery to those who participate in the construction industry. The means by which you protect these job related accounts receivables can be a little tricky. Lets take a look at Texas. Texas statutes actually require that the property owner hold 10% retainage from the total due the Original Contractor until the project has completed, and ...
  • Are you protected by the Lien Laws? – part four   Once you have wrapped your mind around the first three parts of this series on mechanics liens, it will be time to bring it down to the primary concern: “How Much” may I claim in my lien? The short answer is: “The amount which remains past due from your client, on the project referenced in the mechanics lien.” Now ...
  • Pennsylvania Notice Registry – UP and Running! As of December 2016, the Pennsylvania Legislature has opted to join the State of Utah using online management for the protection afforded to Property Owners, Contractors, and Materials Suppliers under the latest PA Lien Law Statute. The two Critical Components of these changes are: Projects must be valued at $1,500,000. or more. A Notice of Commencement must be filed ...
  • Are you protected by the Lien Laws? – part three       So we have covered: Real Property, Work of Improvement, and Eligibility in the first two parts of this series. These are all critical to understanding mechanics liens in almost every state. Now we will dive into the next critical area. Time   Every state has specific requirements with regards to the time allowed to seek protection under the mechanics ...