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Home>Levelset Community>Legal Help>Hi, My business was hired to do lawn care for a property manager. We serviced 26 properties for them. They are refusing to pay for the months of November and December. I would like to know could we place a mechanics lien on her customers properties or because one of the properties that we serviced was her own property could we put the entire amount on to her property. The amount she is delinquent is $2,450.00 which was divided up between 26 properties one of which is her own property.

Hi, My business was hired to do lawn care for a property manager. We serviced 26 properties for them. They are refusing to pay for the months of November and December. I would like to know could we place a mechanics lien on her customers properties or because one of the properties that we serviced was her own property could we put the entire amount on to her property. The amount she is delinquent is $2,450.00 which was divided up between 26 properties one of which is her own property.

NevadaMechanics Lien

My business was hired by a property manager to provide lawn service for 26 properties. She decided to not pay for November and December. We are looking for a way to seek payment.

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Jan 10, 2018
In Nevada, a lien may be claimed by claimants who have provided work, material or equipment to be used in or for the construction, alteration, or repair of any improvement property or work of improvement. This includes a system for irrigation, plants, sod or other landscaping; and the demolition or removal of existing improvements, trees or other vegetation, among other functions. However, it's important to note that when property was improved upon separate parcels of land and done pursuant to separate contracts, the works will likely be deemed separate works of improvement and separate liens would typically be required. It's also very important to keep in mind that filing exaggerated liens can result in very serious penalties - so filing a lien in an amount for more than what is owed for lienable work performed on a given property is not advisable.
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