Montana Mechanics Lien Form

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In Montana, mechanics liens may be claimed by parties who provide labor and/or materials pursuant to a real estate improvement contract (note that the contract may be either express or implied). Montana considers the following work sufficient basis to give rise to a mechanics lien: excavation or fill work, construction or installation on, above, or below the surface of land, demolition, repair, remodeling, or removal of structure, landscape operations, surface or subsurface testing, preparation of plans or surveys or drawings for any change in the physical condition of real estate whether or not the change in the real estate is undertaken.

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Montana Mechanics Lien Form

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Why is the no law protecting our business

Hi We own our Plumbing and Heating co. Of course we work with a lot contractors and do service work. There seems to be a...

Filing a lien on a contracted project

We have a contract to install underground irrigation on a multi-use building. The contracting company is not operating at full steam any longer, they are...

Trying to get final payment for a job completed

My husband subcontracted a job and was delayed in getting the project done due to material that didn't match etc. Once proper material was acquired...

What happens when a Preliminary Lien expires but the job has not been completed?

We have several jobs that are not completed but our preliminary liens are expiring.

Had an oral contract for a garage w door and now the construction guy is billing me additional 2000 for door and installation. His words were “buttoned up” for winter. Never picked out door which i would have if i was buying. Also price was 5000 over quote. He has notified of mechanics lien. Can i fight this

The guy never ever mentioned that we had to pay for garage door on garage he was bldg. For us. Why would we contract w...

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