Recent Questions & Answers About Maryland PaymantDo contractors need to provide receipts for project materials based off “material allowance” proposal, not a fixed price
The contractor’s proposal listed a fixed price for labor and an allowance for materials. We were told if they do not use all the allowance then it goes towards the total of the invoices. However, we’re being billed for the full allowance amount plus overages, that weren’t approved prior, without the contractor...Can I file a Mechanical Lien?
I'm a subcontractor who did a private project and I Haven't received my last payment, change order payment and Retainage payment. The sum is around $40K.Can I file a Mechanics lien?
I was a subcontractor on a residential Heat Pump Installation where I installed 2 Heat Pumps in an attick. The GC said that he did not put enough funds in the insurance claim and said that he could not pay me the balance of 10k for 2 years. I called the insurance...Do you handle Mechanic liens in Maryland.
Our company performed total renovation on a multi- dwelling property. The project was completed in May and we have not been paid the final payment balance. We want to know the process involved in liening the property.Can a customer legally use a signed lien release (ROL) to prevent us from placing a lien if they do not pay?
We are a mechanical contracting vendor. Sub to a sub-contractor. It’s common to sign lien releases before getting paid.