We have 2 projects in Georgia right now. Payment is about a week late for 2 invoices. We also submitted a pay app on 11/15 for approval last month for work through 11/30 and still have not received approvals or feedback. Management wants to file an intent to lien tomorrow. Is this possible? If so, what needs to be done? Can you also point me in the direction of a good source for research on GA lien laws? Thanks!...Read More
I am an electrical subcontractor for a solar farm. We have 2 sites in GA under Narenco (GC). We have 1 invoice for each site that is overdue by 8 days and 9 days. Can we file an intent to lien this early in the overdue process? Also, they are now refusing to approve the next pay app for each site for work completed November 1-30, which was originally sent to them on 11/15. Can these amounts be included in the intent to lien on each site? Lastly, after reviewing the GA Lien Laws FAQ page, I noticed that GA's lien waiver form is mandatory state wide. They are not using the mandated form. Would this make any completed lien waivers null and void? What does this affect? Thank you!...Read More
With interim waivers is the sum amount the total amount paid to date? or the amount being issued. When signing a lien waiver in GA how is it done electronically with the witness? Does the witness need to be beside the signer when filling it out? Is the DocuSign the witness factor? I would like super technical details...Read More
Hyundai Engineering is building a plant. The plant is referred to as a Megaplant housing several subsidiary companies in one location.
Question: Who should file the notice of commencement, Hyundai Engineering or subsidiary companies working on its respective project?
I'm a subcontractor and I got a new contract to work on a new build multifamily development in NC. I'd like to send a preliminary notice, but I'm not sure if I should send one notice or if I should send a notice for each individual address within the development? If I send one notice with the development name will that cover the full scope for each building? From my understanding it is one owner....Read More
Our investor group has a UCC Financing Statement, Security Agreement, Bill of Sale and Promissory Note signed by all parties and by notary Shannan Collier Stalvey and recorded with Fayette County Georgia Sheila Studdard Clerk, filed on April 1, 2019. The debtor company holding the purchase and sale agreement with equity around $400,000.00 is in default and likely will be purchased . The debtor company has a Commercial Purchase and Sale Agreement into which the investor group's funds were provided to secure the contract to acquire property. The total investment is $165,000, less 7 months of payments. Others are slapping mechanics liens on the property valued around $1,000.000.00. Can our group lien the property to recover the investment? Is this something you can help us do? Please advise. A closing is scheduled for 3/27/20. Thank you....Read More
We hired a Contracting company to do a fire restoration project. The company had a qualifying agent listed on their license but had a project manager onsite to supervise work and meet with building inspector. Is this legal? Does a general contractor have to be onsite for the project?...Read More
I work for an electrical company and one of our subcontractors are requesting a Lien Waiver and we have never dealt with a Lien Waiver before. What are some key points we should know about? ...Read More