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Recent questions and answers about New Mexico paymentWhat are the Pros & Cons of filing a lien against a property that doesn't have a mortgage? It's owned free and clear.
I'm the general contractor on a remodel. Job is complete but customer doesn't want to pay the balance. This the 4th job I have done for this customer with no problems in the past. Always done previous jobs with out a written contracts. This last job is...NM Retainage vs Closeout Payment
Hi, I am a subcontractor working in NM and was wondering about the Closeout Payment vs retainage in NM. If this the "same" with just different verbiage? I am wondering if I can bill the same as other states but change the wording to Closeout Payment instead...Will my preliminary notice for job in Hobbs New Mexico be sufficient to keep my lien valid if I have to file one
We provided material to a job in Hobbs New Mexico and missed sending the preliminary notice within the 60 days of material being billed. We were paid on all invoices with the exception of one that were billed prior to us sending our late preliminary notice. That...View more questions
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