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What are my rights? What can I do?

I came into an agreement with a friend to remodel my house. I was going to put in a certain amount of money and he was going to put some as well. He is a licensed contractor but as friends, nothing was done in writing. Part of his contribution was, as a...

I have sent prelim notices and filed the lein… What are my nect steps acting pro se?

I have sent prelim notices and filed the lein... What are my nect steps acting pro se?

what is the length of time we have to file a lien as a subcontractor and a primary contractor

what is the deadline we have to file a lien as a subcontractor and a primary contractor

What about large landscape projects? In our state, we can hold retainage for up to a year to ensure that all plantings survive.

The State of New Mexico outlaws holding retention on subcontractors. What about landscape contractors? We have a large subcontract for landscaping around a large development and want assurance that the plantings survive. The wording on their warranty is not acceptable to us!

RE: Mechanics Lien filed in State of New Mexico. Thank you for the response of New Mexico not requiring notice to listed parties of a lien being filed. My question is more directed to ” Is it to MY benefit to send “certified mail” notices to listed parties after there has been notices sent out regular mail? I was under the impression the service I used was going to send them certified but only sent them first class.

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What You Need To Know About Construction Payment in New Mexico

This page helps you find answers to all of your questions about construction payment in New Mexico. Learn how documents such as pay applications, notices, contracts, lien waivers, mechanics liens, and more fit into New Mexico’s construction payment process. Select a document to learn more about how it applies to construction projects in New Mexico and to see your specific requirements.

It’s essential to exchange these documents when payments are flowing smoothly and when payment problems arise. These resources will help you navigate the payment process, increase visibility and communication, and avoid payment issues. But, if the need arises, they can also help you resolve payment problems and get paid what you earn.

If you need more information or can’t find the answer to a question, you can ask a licensed attorney for free and get a response fast.

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