I performed a re-roof job and am owed around 30K. After completing the job I was informed by the customer not to enter the property and that they didn't plan to pay me and were citing construction defects through the CDARA process and serviced that notice. I next asked them to provide me with a description of what exactly was wrong so I could fix it, but it seems like they are more interested in not paying than having anything that could potentially be wrong fixed. At that point there was nothing more to do but honor their request to not return to the property and invoice them, which they have not paid anything on, and according to their lawyer do not intend to. I have made requests to have reasonable access to the property to inspect the allegation within 30 days of the notice and description of alleged defects as allowed for by the CDARA process, but have yet to get a response from their attorney confirming this permission. I don't want to just show up as that could be cause for chaos but I'm afforded an opportunity under CDARA to do so. I have filed a notice of intent to file lien via registered mail and email, texts, etc and want to know if it will stick or how the CDARA process could affect the lien. If I get tottally burned I at least want to know the lien will stick... Any insight is much appreciated.