we did the work and now we don't get paid and what the term tha I agree
May 2, 2019
I'm sorry to hear you haven't been paid. In California, it appears that those who provide labor, service, material, or equipment for seeding, sodding, or planting of real property for landscaping purposes will be entitled to lien (based on sections 8048, 8050, and 8400 of the California Civil Code) as long as they provide a permanent improvement to the project property. So, work like planting trees, shrubs, or installing permanent landscaping fixtures might be lienable, but recurring work - like mowing lawns and pulling weeds - would very likely not give rise to mechanics lien rights in California. For more information on the subject, this article provides some good insight: Can Landscapers File A Mechanics Lien?