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Filing a lien puts you first in line to get paid. Protecting yourself with a lien is the best way to protect the cash you’re owed.

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Get paid during the COVID-19 crisis

Learn the specific steps that construction businesses can take now to reduce coronavirus’ impact on their payments, cash flow, and overall financial health.

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Protect your payments and cash flow during the coronavirus epidemic.

What do I do?

I paid Rebath half of the $15k total for my bathroom remodeling project. ($7,500) they've not done any of the work. Still waiting for the...

Cancel a contract due to pandemic

Last year I contracted to have some waterproofing done on my house. I gave them a $10,000 deposit and was approved for a loan for...

How can we protect ourselves after releasing a lien? (COVID related compensation)

We would like to release a lien but we would like some advice before we do that. We would like to ensure that in case...

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Additional Resources

The construction industry is already seeing huge impacts from the coronavirus pandemic, from delayed material supplies to shuttered projects to legal disputes over non-payment. We’ve assembled a list of resources:

  • Preparing for supply-chain disruptions
  • Coronavirus and business interruption insurance
  • County Recorder and Clerk Office closures
  • FAQ’s about coronavirus and cash flow