No written and signed contract in Colorado. Can I still file a lien for money’s owed?
Please set the record straight. I recently finished a new home build landscaping job for a friend and business associate of mine and I have not been able to collect the $16,000 in labor fees owed from him.
Be that I live in Colorado I already sent him a letter of intent and he already replied that he will not be paying me for my company’s services. I waited ten days after he received the letter of intent before filing a lien on his home.
Be that this individual and myself have had at least a 100 or more jobs that he has employed my companies services for over the past 5 years I didn’t have him sign a contract for those services we just completed (or any of the past services over those years) because there has never been an issue before now. Am I able to move forward with a lien in Colorado even though I do not have a written contract signed by him for my services?