I'm a property owner that signed on 12/15/20 a "home improvement contract" standard form (not sure of source) with a representative for a licensed general contractor, not the license owner. The contract lists a series of documents to be incorporated into the contract such as Mechanics Lien Warning, but none of these documents were provided by GC or signed by us. On 2/22/20 we notified the general contractor by phone and email that we were terminating the contract with them due to issues with the project including poor workmanship, building code violations and lack of oversight by the license holder. Our home has a HELOC we are using to help fund the project but not a construction loan per se. We paid for some work even though it was not fully completed or materials bought. Can the GC file a mechanics lien for money they believe is owed them?