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When dealing with an owner who has a hard money loan who refuses to give a deposit on a $130,000 job that has a deadline in 4 months how many payments should I require. These payments would be upon completion of certain portions of the project. They...How do i get off a lien?
I just received a lien against my property for services provided by my landscaping company - they built a patio for me in mid-September. I paid my landscaper in full when the work was performed. The claimant is the pavingstone provider. The landscaper is the “person indebted”....Can a handyman that is neither licensed as a specialty contractor, nor even has a business license able to file a lien?
an unlicensed handyman that doesn’t even have a business license was hired to paint a home, and walked off the job before finishing. He is now demanding payment for the job or he is threatening to file a lien against the property. He is not licensed for...View more questions
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