Recent Questions & Answers About South Carolina PaymantHomeowner refusing to pay additional labor owed on countertops
Hello! Provided countertops for a homeowner. They signed a contract that states fees associated with additional labor if required. The homeowner has shorted us on their final payment and is refusing to pay the remaining balance owed. I have sent invoices and reminders to no avail.If a company is “run off the job” because of shoddy work & then threaten to file a ML – what is my recourse?
On an addition to my home, the electrician proposed a cost of $5,390. I agreed. He was paid $2,300 at the commencement of the work. Some work was done for the rough-in inspection and he sent his crew to finish several weeks later. His crew consisted of a 15 year old boy...Construction delay
we are doing a job on a fix and flip. There were some changes to our original estimate that included more work. Electrical upgrade, deck, plumbing*drain lines re ran) and foundation columns rebuilt. We started on the job, received deposit, bought all materials...then we were stopped dead, because the permits that were...A company uses multiple books and lost money. Now they want to put a false lien on some properties!!! Help!
What if a lien on a property is found to be false?And the person that put the lien on the property did it just out of spite. Will the court charge them for false claims? Is this against the law? Thank you Wilton MannHow long is a mechanics lien valid in SC
I have a mechanics lien against a property that I own. It is over nine months since the lien was placed against said property. Property is in South Carolina. How long is mechanics lien valid?