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Alex Benarroche
Construction Lawyer
Legal Associate | Levelset
About Alex Benarroche
Alex is originally from South Florida but has called New Orleans home since 2003. He graduated from Loyola University College of Law and went on to get a master's degree in intellectual property and Internet law from the University of Alicante in Spain. Since then his practice mainly focused on contracts, business law, construction, and IP. Alex joined Levelset in 2018 and has since worked to help construction businesses around the country know their rights to ensure they get paid what they’ve earned.More...
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Sep 29, 2020
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IowaMechanics Lien
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Sep 28, 2020
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Alex's Recent Articles
By: Alex Benarroche | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

Filing a mechanics lien means you taken the proper steps to ensure that you get paid. But liens don’t last forever. And in many cases, a lien will be paid off before you actually need to enforce the claim. Once the claim expires or is paid, the property owner will typically ask you to remove […]

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By: Alex Benarroche | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

The state of  Texas’ lien process is complicated, to say the least. Specifically when it comes to the preliminary notice requirements. To add to the list of notices requirements in Texas, there is also a Notice of Contractual Retainage. This lien notice is used to secure your right to file a lien on any unpaid […]

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By: Alex Benarroche | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

The general rule for material suppliers under Texas mechanics lien laws is that lien rights will not cover any materials that aren’t delivered to the job site or incorporated into the private construction project. However, there is an exception carved out for specially fabricated materials. Texas law recognizes situations where materials are ordered for a […]

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By: Alex Benarroche | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

A construction contract is the backbone of any project. They lay out all of the rights, obligations, and remedies between the parties to a contract. If any of these aren’t met or upheld, the general rule is that only parties to a contract can legally enforce the terms of the contract. That’s because the have […]

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By: Alex Benarroche | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

If you’ve had a lien filed on your home or property, or you just heard about liens for the first time, we’re here to break it down for you. We talk about mechanics liens all the time, and we’ve covered it from all angles. But let’s take a step back and get down to some […]

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