Recent Questions & Answers About Connecticut PaymantHOW DO I ENFORCE THE MECHANICS LIEN
IVE GOT THE MECHANICS LIEN FILED BUT NO ONE HAS REACHED OUT TO PAY THE OUTSTANDING BALANCE WHATS MY NEXT STEPMy customer is a supplier that is first in line with the prime contractor. He is willing to give up his bonding rights
I am a supplier selling to another supplier. I have no connection with a subcontractor or the prime. The supplier I am selling to, and the prime contractor are willing to give my company the first supplier's bond rights. Is this doable and what agreement would be needed to accomplish this?Recourse for a lien
We hired a contractor to replace the roof on our company building. We paid the contractor in full, however, the contractor did not pay his supplier. The supplier has placed a lien on our property. We were served by the local marshall for a civil summons. What recourse do we have?Can we file a Mechanics Lien on an exsisting property that is not under construction and is a lis pendence necessary?
We are a water restoration/mitigation company and were hired by homeowners to come and perform our services after a catastrophic water loss where the insurance has denied coverage. Since it is n ot a construction or under construction situation, but we performed mitigation services, are we still able to file a Mechanics...What do I need to send before a Miller Act Claim, if anything?
We are a material supplier to a government project at the Smithsonian in DC. We feel as though our customer will not pay timely due to disputes on welding certification which was provided, but is being disputed by our customer.