had a partnership written up to flip a home I used my money to buy and the person on the agreemend would fo all the labor including subcontractors. We would then split the cost when we sell it. I decided to keep it and he was ok with me buying him out. In the agreement it was written that he should have the work completed within a 90 day and put on the market. it took him over 7 months to finish as he had other jobs. He also had someone living in the rehab he claimed helped work so let her live free which i did not know until month 4. He does not think we should count real estate fees in what it would cost if we would have sold it and many other issues like this. He now has put a mechanical lien on my property which Idaho allows even if you are not licienced. I received the lein by a carriera and the county left off the the notary stamp by mistake so I called them. They sent me another one in the mail with the stamp for the same date of the orginal one. The amount of his claim is $3200 which includes his fees to file the lien. Since it took him over twice as long to complete property values continued to rise. I lost rental income and was paying all the utility bills until the tenants moved in. The property manager had to finally ask him to leave because he still wasn't done so I had to pay out another $800 to get the property completed to the property manager that he should have had done. What recourse do I have. And can he foreclose on my home for that $3200 or should I just pay this?