South Carolina Lien, Notice, Waiver Forms and Construction Payment Resources

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I just received a notice that I have 7 days to file a lawsuit to enforce my lien.

Is this something that Levelset does as part of the lien process. Do I need to have a Lawyer file this lawsuit. This is the first time to be enforcing a lien and I do not see anything in my

Where do my lien rights stand with a change of ownership of the property I am currently doing work at?

Hello, we are nearing the completion of a commercial project in SC. The owners have sold the complex and I want to see what our lien rights are and if we need to give them any upfront notices.

I have filed a Certified Notice of Intent to Foreclose on a contractor who has not paid us.

I have filed a Certified Notice of Intent to Foreclose on a contractor who has not paid us. We have two jobs the have failed to pay us all the funds owed. We have six days to file suit on the first job. Please advise. Both jobs are near Myrtle Beach SC.

When should I send the Preliminary Notice,when I have been awarded the project or when I send my first progress invoice?

Just am trying to get clarification as to the best practice to send my prelim. notices.

Can a homeowner be required to pay TWICE for materials/labor if the contractor files bankruptcy?

My GC was hired in SC to provide materials and labor to frame, install roof, siding, doors and windows on a very small, new construction home I am building. After semi-completing framing and roofing he filed bankruptcy. I had a total contract of $72,000 and had paid $47,000 so far, which covered...

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What You Need To Know About Construction Payment in South Carolina

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