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Ive already sent the intent letter and have the lien filed through you. But she has retained an attorney and lied to him about the situation and he is now threatening to sue. I need an attorney, can you help?...Read More
Chris Clark
3 answersAdd commentJul 26, 2022
Colorado
If we supplied materials on a project for two addresses on the same invoice, are we able to lien 50% of the invoice for one address and lien the other 50% for the other address?...Read More
Suzy Michaels
3 answersAdd commentJan 24, 2023
Colorado
I was hired by a Colorado GC to install as specified in the plans provided by the architect (this included which specific products to install). There is an issue with the manufacture of the products themselves, but they were installed properly. I am being told that I have punch list items to complete because the products are not working correctly. The products are defective, but install was correct. The GC should have already received 3 draws on this project, but is saying they have not received any payment. There is a pay when paid clause in the contract. The project is in CO. Due to the corona virus, the site (it is a visual arts center owned by a university) is shut down so I couldn't do the punch list even if I wanted to. What steps do I need to take to preserve my lien rights? How can I send an NOI when they aren't even open?...Read More
Anonymous Subcontractor
1 answerAdd commentMar 19, 2020
ColoradoBond ClaimsCoronavirusMechanics LienNotice of Intent to LienRecovery Options
I lend $50k to a LLC with a deed on a property. The note has expired 2 months ago. And this LLC owns another property and this LLC is selling this property, so I would like to put a lien against the property they are selling to get my money back....Read More
Anonymous Contractor
2 answersAdd commentMar 17, 2020
ColoradoLien ForeclosureLien on Funds
I'm a student trying to understand the nature of the whole construction industry. ...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentMay 12, 2020
ColoradoConstruction Contract
I recieved a deposit in May 2022 for a job that was to be completed in June -August of that year. The client delayed and changed the scope of work several times over 9 months until deciding to move forward with a new scope of work in February 2023. They are asking for a full refund of the deposit so they can entertain new bids Do i need to refund the deposit even though they are in Breach of contact?...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
2 answersAdd commentJan 23, 2023
ColoradoConstruction Contract
I have started the lien paperwork on a renovation myself (Primary Contractor) and my Sub-Contractor were not paid on. Here are the details and question. We have a previous co-owner (Ryan Nazario) and who approved the work, a brand new sole owner (Tom Campbell) who is refusing to pay, I am the primary contractor (project manager) hired by Ryan and a sub-contractor (Jeremy Hawkins) for the construction hired by myself. Both Jeremy and my contracts stated we would be paid at the sale of the property. Along with managing the project/reno, I also provided all material for the reno (out of my own pocket). FYI previously Ryan & Tom had a private note, payment to Tom became an issue and Tom filed to obtain title in which he was given. Can Jeremy and I (both contractors) file ONE lien? Or do we need to file two separate liens? Thanks, Beth McClave 719-582-3402...Read More
Elizabeth McClave
3 answersAdd commentJan 23, 2023
ColoradoMechanics Lien
I’m a locksmith who installed a lock and programmed a new garage door opener for my client. They have since ceased communications and are yet to pay the initial invoice....Read More
Wassim Emmad
1 answerAdd commentDec 30, 2022
Colorado
I am a professional Landscape Architect registered in the State of Colorado. I provided professional design services to a homeowner. They either changed their mind on the design or didn't like it, and now are saying they are going to move and have NOT PAID their original invoice for the design services for over 90 days. Can I file a Notice of Intent to Lien and then file a Lien on their property? What kind of Lien do I file?...Read More
Janette Kuhnel
1 answerAdd commentDec 27, 2022
Colorado
We are getting ready to file lien(s) but this is a strange situation. I was first hired and contracted as a project manager to manage a commercial and residential renovation to then sell. I hired and contracted a contractor to do most of the work (construction, electrical, tile etc). In addition to my project manager role, I also did some of the painting and landscaping to reduce cost. All of my credit cards were used to fund the materials and myself and my contractor's contract stated we would be paid at the sale of the property. Midway through the reno, I was added to the property as a co-owner. Toward the end of the project/renovation, the investor and the original owner had a disagreement regarding the note (I was not on or added to just the title). The investor ended up taking the property and has said and threatened that he will NOT pay anyone or reimburse anyone for our labor, time, job or contract(s). My first question is, because I was a contractor first with a contract but then became a co-owner, can I file a lien. When I was added as a co-owner my contract with the original owner stayed in place and I continued to provide labor. Nothing changed there. My contractor is filing a lien against the investor/new owner and I was told along with him, I can file my own separately too.....is this true? My second question is, if I can file a lien, would we both be considered GC's? Or is he the GC and I'm a sub? Or visa versa? This is a very complicated situation regarding ownership and contractors and just trying to get paid what I put in and are owned per contracts. Thanks in advance for your help. Beth McClave 719-582-3402...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentJan 18, 2023
ColoradoMechanics Lien
We are getting ready to file lien(s) but this is a strange situation. I was first hired and contracted as a project manager to manage a commercial and residential renovation to then sell. I hired and contracted a contractor to do most of the work (construction, electrical, tile etc). In addition to my project manager role, I also did some of the painting and landscaping to reduce cost. All of my credit cards were used to fund the materials and myself and my contractor's contract stated we would be paid at the sale of the property. Midway through the reno, I was added to the property as a co-owner. Toward the late middle/end of the project/renovation, the investor and the original owner had a disagreement regarding the note (I was not on or added to just the title). The investor ended up taking the property, transfering title to just him and has said and threatened that he will NOT pay anyone or reimburse anyone for labor, time, job or contract(s). My first question is, because I was a contractor first with a contract but then became a co-owner, can I file a lien being owner? When I was added as a co-owner my contract with the original owner stayed in place and I continued to provide labor. Nothing changed there. My contractor is filing a lien against the investor/new owner as the investor/new owner is not continuing the reno or letting him in. I was told along with my contractor, I can file my own lien separately also, against the investor/new owner.....is this true? My second question is, if I can file a lien, would we both be considered GC's? Or is he the GC and I'm a sub? Or visa versa? This is a very complicated situation regarding ownership and contractors and just trying to get paid what I put in and are owned per contracts. Thanks in advance for your help. Beth McClave 719-582-3402 ...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentJan 18, 2023
ColoradoLien DeadlinesMechanics LienRecovery Options
I am in Colorado. I contracted with Moxie Solar in IA for a system to be installed. Moxie solar used Solar Supply of Colorado to perform the install and electrical work. I made two of three payments to Moxie Solar ($20,000) and Moxie Solar is now out of business. My install is not complete or operational. Solar Supply of Colorado wants to complete my install for the remaining $10,000; however, I am still contracted with Moxie Solar, and I have no contract with Solar Supply of Colorado. I don't know what, if anything, was paid to Solar Supply of Colorado by Moxie Solar for the work that was done to my house. I don't know if there was an actual contract between Moxie Solar and Solar Supply of Colorado. Can Solar Supply of Colorado put a lien on my property? Robert Forsyth; 3156640509; e8in14@hotmail.com...Read More
ROBERT FORSYTH
1 answerAdd commentJan 3, 2023
ColoradoConstruction ContractMechanics Lien
I don't have a written contract and I am wanting to file a lien against a homeowner for non-payment of over $500. Does Colorado Law require a written contract in order to file a mechanics lien?...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentAug 21, 2020
ColoradoConstruction ContractRight to Lien
I told my client my work was time and materials. I gave him estimates, but he counted them as quotes. He owes me $20000, documented with daily records of time and materials. I don't have a written contract....Read More
Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentJul 2, 2020
ColoradoRight to Lien
Client fails to pay final invoice for work completed and materials purchased on my HomeDepot credit card. she stated she had a cheaper estimate after I had already started which included everything my estimate was not inclusive as stated in estimate and verbally on numerous occasions. she added many things in the process but was mad when it wasn’t completed when she had hoped. from there she started becoming unruly and kept telling me about her cheaper estimate. ...Read More
Anonymous Contractor
2 answersAdd commentJan 15, 2023
Colorado