We are the winning bid Subcontractor for a public property project in Palo Alto, CA. The GC's subcontract provides: "12. LIENS. Subcontractor shall at all times indemnify and save Contractor and Owner harmless against all liability for claims and liens for labor performed or materials used or furnished to be used on the job, including any costs and expenses for attorney fees, premiums for bonds required by title company or Owner, and all incidental or consequential damages resulting to Contractor or Owner from such claims. Further, in case suit on such claim is brought, Subcontractor shall defend said suit at its own cost and expense, and will pay and satisfy any such lien or judgment as may be established by the decision of the court in said suit. Subcontractor agrees within ten (10) days after written demand, to cause the effect of any suit or lien to be removed from the premises, and in the event Subcontractor shall fail to do so, Contractor is authorized to use whatever means in its discretion it may deem appropriate to cause said lien to be removed or dismissed and the cost thereof, together with actual attorney fees, shall be immediately due and payable to Contractor by Subcontractor. Subcontractor may litigate any lien or suit above described provided it causes the effect thereof to be removed promptly, in advance, from the premises, and shall further do such things as may be necessary to cause Owner not to withhold any monies due to Contractor from Owner by reason of such liens or suits. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth above in this paragraph, Subcontractor shall not be construed to be foregoing its lien rights in the event of a dispute over payments due for services rendered and materials furnished to the Project." Is this typical and fair for a public property project in CA? Do we have any lien rights in CA? Please advise. Thank you!