I am creating a Notice to Contractor in Georgia. We are an HVAC materials wholesaler. We are selling our products to a sub. The job is a county school. There is no General contractor for this job. Who should we list as a General. Please help....Read More
We are a material supplier that has a contact with a GC that we have done business with in the past but the new project is a joint venture and the address for the joint venture is the same as our GC...Read More
We have recently began using Levelset and we were told that notice of commencement is only to protect the general contractor from the supply company or sub contractor from also filing a lien, but because we know that it will not be a situation for us it is not required in our case. We want to make sure that we aren't missing any necessary steps to secure that a lien can be filed.
Please note that this situation pertains to jobs in GA and SC. ...Read More
I worked on a property in Atlanta Georgia, they never paid, always made promises. The apartment complex eventually sold without my knowledge and I filed a lien within a good time frame and now awaitinga court date for a small claims. The new management and or owner refuses to pay. I was told they should assume all liability and they go after the previous owner. However, property records show a sale but no new ownership or ownership name. It still have the previous owner on file and the county verified the information. The Judge just set us up for mediation. What should I do and are the new management responsible for the bill...Read More
We contracted with a fence builder to build our fence. We sent them $3992. with the balance due upon completion. It was supposed to be started the middle of June. I have called, emailed and went by their office. No one there, doors locked. What steps do I take to get our deposit back. This is Superior Fence in Cumming, GA.
Kathy Milstead...Read More
I’m a renter on this property the owner was arrested on the property for shooting one of the tenants friends in the back as he tried to run away. Then the owners mother and father took over and asked me to collect rents and do the maintenance work at this property I remove Two 40 yard roll off dumpsters with nothing but house hold trash from the people that owned it before these people bought the property the owners mother was supposed to pay me for the removal of all the garbage these peopl looked like had been tossing out the back door for years in took me two weeks with a rag and snow shovel to get it done then I started removing the inside of the house the people that lived here their hole life out of the house I’ve paid out of my pocket for evictions I’ve paid out of pocket for fixing the plumbing replaced hot water heater toilets and they have not paid me anything for my labor or out of pocket expenses. I also have a ticket for another tenet burning his house hold trash which is 590 dollars she said she would pay now she said she paid for dumpsters and refused to pay this burn ticket can I file a lien on this property for my labor an out of pocket money...Read More
I am concerned that being a Sub-contractor on commercial private and Public projects ranging in the millions we would have substantial documentation if we do not file with the CC. This is whether or not the Preliminary is required by a certain state or not! looking forward to your prompt response. Thank You!...Read More
Hi! We are a paving subcontractor in Georgia. We are working in a subdivision with different phases and contracts. We filed a Preliminary Notice of Lien Rights for Phase 1. The builder was unable to complete house closings due to the Preliminary Notice. We got paid and released the notice. We are now working on Phase 2, which is a separate contract, but the same subdivision, and want to file a new Preliminary Notice of Lien Rights for Phase II. However, we don't want to interfere with the house closings in Phase 1. What can we do to protect ourselves? Thank you!...Read More
Due to the extreme volatility of the current lumber market, some of our big jobs are being sold across multiple purchase orders to reflect changes in lumber prices.
For example, one of our current projects only has a firm price for the first building of the job. As the project continues into the other buildings, new purchase orders will be issued accordingly. This makes it difficult to determine the total estimated contract price.
Is this something to be concerned about as far as sending the notices with an estimated total contact amount?
He is an architect, a design professional, with a contract directly with the client. He has been paid nothing. We know we have 90 days to file a lien. 89 days which would be Wednesday March 3. Do we need to file a preliminary notice or intent to file a lien prior to filing one. if so what are the deadlines we need to meet. The property is located in Bibb county Georgia
We are a metal building broker in GA that sells customized metal buildings. We require a 20% deposit when the building is ordered. After the building (approx 8-12 weeks later) has been manufactured, we require payment of balance by certified funds on delivery. We have a customer that paid by ACH transfer a couple of days before delivery. The day of delivery, we were notified that ACH funds transfer was being reversed due to insufficient funds. Therefore the building delivery did not take place and we have possession of the customized building in a storage facility. ...Read More
I do most of my work in Florida on final cleaning on commercial construction jobs. However, I now have a project in GA. For GA jobs, do I still file a notice of lien and are there any other nuances I need to know for GA? Also, this is for a community college. The owner is Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission.
Thank you...Read More
We have a job in Georgia where the owner of the property demanded they be removed for the preliminary notice we sent because they did not order the service we are providing. I retracted the letter from the property owner after discussing their rights Georgia laws protecting them. However, I feel that we should still have the right to have the owner of the property on the preliminary notice/lien claim regardless of their involvement with the leasee and services requested.
Although we are not expecting any payment issues with this particular company, it would still be good to add someone to the notice if that would help preserve our lien rights.
Is it a good idea to add the leasee to the notice or resend the preliminary notice to the owner and hope that we do not have to file a lien?...Read More