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Home>Levelset Community>Legal Help>I have Mechanic Liens recorded in Virginia for work performed as a 3rd Tier Subcontractor for work performed on various sites leased by T-Mobile. The 2nd Tier Subcontractor was paid for work we performed as confirmed by T-Mobile. The 2nd Tier Subcontractor is petitioning the courts to Release our Mechanic Liens. How can I stop this from happening unless I am compensated in full for all the work performed on behalf of T-Mobile?

I have Mechanic Liens recorded in Virginia for work performed as a 3rd Tier Subcontractor for work performed on various sites leased by T-Mobile. The 2nd Tier Subcontractor was paid for work we performed as confirmed by T-Mobile. The 2nd Tier Subcontractor is petitioning the courts to Release our Mechanic Liens. How can I stop this from happening unless I am compensated in full for all the work performed on behalf of T-Mobile?

VirginiaLawsuitLien Foreclosure

Mechanic Liens have been filed and successfully recorded for work performed on behalf of T-Mobile, who admittedly paid the 2nd Tier Subcontractor that hired USGC, yet refuses to pay USGC.

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Oct 31, 2017
There could be many reasons that the liens may be being challenged, and those reasons can change the best way to go about stopping the attempt. If the liens are valid (in that all required notice and timing requirements were met, and the lien was properly recorded and served) a strong way to confront the attempted removal of the liens is to initiate an enforcement action.

In any event, however, whether you choose to initiate an enforcement of the lien or just to attempt to thwart the liens' removal (for later enforcement) it involves a court action and the help of a local attorney will be needed to really examine the situation in more detail and represent you in any required suit.
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