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New Mexico Lien, Notice, Waiver Forms and Construction Payment Resources

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Builder has filed a mechanic's lien against our property due to holdback of retainage payment

We have a dispute with a builder (in Ruidoso, NM). The laminate flooring was installed incorrectly (according to two independent inspectors). Builder wants to get final "retainage" payment, calls the reports of incorrect installation "bullshit", but it is my understanding that the "retainage" is specifically for the purpose of making sure all...

Do I owe this?

I contracted with a General Contractor for a kitchen remodel. Finally work was completed and final payment to contractor was made on 8/25/22 check cleared the bank 8/29/22. A subcontractor filed a lien against my property on 11/14/22 for unpaid balance from contractor. Is this legal in New Mexico? Do I owe...

Do I have to get worker’s compensation insurance?

I’m a self employed excavator septic tank leach field contractor. I have 2 licenses M3 and GS8. For 10 years never had an employee or issued W2 to anyone, never had workers comp insurance. Nor PSI is demanding it.

Licenses, N M State: GS-8 Excavation MS-3 Sewer Lines, Septic Tanks, and Cesspools Both licenses are No. 357558.

Licenses, New Mexico State: GS-8 Excavation Licenses: GS-8 Excavation MS-3 Sewer Lines, Septic Tanks, and Cesspools Christian L. Corlett is qualifying party for both licenses held by Corlett Excavating, LLC, a New Mexico limited liability company. Both licenses are No. 357558. Corlett is self employed, has no employees, has never issued a...

GC back charging Sub

My company was hired to wire up some new freezers, cooler and add a new fan panel for the freezer and cooler. During the duration of Construction the store had two other electricians there, the Costco electrician and another they called for service work they were constantly adding new circuits or demoing...

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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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