I did a project in Norwich CT that involved flooring sales, Installation and painting. This was for an office building that a doctor was having built. We did all the paint and all the floors. There was issues on this job from the get go. GC of the job wasnt completing work in time or finishing the work at all, and in some cases made errors that were so big that some of the job had to be redone. Long story short it was a struggle to get through this job and at the end we did not get paid. He hired an outside inspector, and the report came back that we didnt do our job correctly. Based off the report the inspector gave the information provided is inaccurate and full of misinformation. I applied a lien last August and i need to start working on foreclosing. I can provide all the details and information i have. Might be best to have a conversation with someone.
Fortunately, you liened the project (I am assuming you did so timely), but you're correct, liens do expire absent foreclosure perfecting them (or an extension, but this is more costly, sounds like you need to foreclose regardless). In order to foreclose on the lien, you need to start a lawsuit, this will most certainly get the Owner's attention. If you need any assistance, please let me know.
Thank you for responding. Can i give you a call to go over some details and talk about potential next steps?
Of course, give a call, my name is Austin S. Brown of Welby, Brady & Greenblatt, LLP and I can be reached direct at (914) 607-6435 or office (914) 428-2100. My email is email@example.com as well, let's discuss.
Attorney Brown will do a good job for you Jason. If he has a conflict or is unable to assist, feel free to contact me as well. Paul Fitzgerald- Michelson, Kane, Royster & Barger- 860-522-1243. Good luck.