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I subcontracted... home owner didnt pay general contractor, who didnt pay me. General had no contract.. but i did with him....Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 7, 2019
New JerseyConstruction ContractMechanics LienRight to Lien
We are shipping product to our customer for a construction project in New York. The customer requests all materials be shipped to their New Jersey location for staging. If necessary, can we lien the jobsite in New York for materials not shipped directly to the jobsite?...Read More
By Anonymous Material Supplier
1 answerAdd commentNov 7, 2019
New YorkMechanics LienRight to Lien
We have sent countless emails and they are trying to rob us on debits that do not correspond to us. Even after showing the proof the contractor does not answer our phone calls and they owe us almost $9,000.00. Can I still file a lien even though I did not file a pre-lien?...Read More
By Anonymous Subcontractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 5, 2019
ArizonaMechanics LienRecovery OptionsRight to Lien
I had concrete work done - it wasn't done to the drawing submitted - he didn't roll the sod (on quote - we kept it - he only cut it) - width is short 8" to 1', outer edge thickness quoted 6" slab - vary 3" - 6".... and list goes on and on. I am trying to negotiate a settlement with contractor. He will only warranty work and complete a repair if I pay full amount. Can the contractor lien property for more than what is owed on original quote?...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 5, 2019
ColoradoMechanics LienRight to Lien
contractor bought house, tore it down, built new house, hired me to repair sewer line, then sold the house. Has not paid me and will not return calls. Can I lien house even though it has new owner, and who do i send the letter to? ...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 5, 2019
CaliforniaMechanics LienNotice of Intent to LienRight to Lien
I am an architect and my client still owes me a part of my fee. My client is a tenant, not the owner, of the building. Can I file a lien?...Read More
By Anonymous Architect / Engineer
1 answerAdd commentNov 5, 2019
PennsylvaniaMechanics LienRight to Lien
Received a Notice of Right to Lien from a subcontractor that has been hired by the "Customer" the General Contractor to supply material on a commercial property. Possibly supply labor too. The General Contractor has been hired by the Tenant, the Tenant per the lease has agreed that it shall get the Landlord's review and approval for all contractors that will be performing to the improvements of the Premises. The Tenant will not allow for any liens to be attached to the premises. At this time the Tenant has not submitted the contractor's name that we received the Notice to Lien for approval or for review as the lease states. In addition, the material that the subcontractor has listed in the Notice of Right to Lien is not an item mentioned as an improvement of the space. I'd like to know besides the posting of a non-responsibility, If I should take this a step further and send a letter in response to this notice to all three parties, (1) Tenant (2) General Contractor (3) the Subcontractor that provided the notice. The notice would state the non-responsibility and the agreed-upon terms of the lease....Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 4, 2019
OregonRight to Lien
Hello, an Interior Designer without a contractors license has filed a lien against my home. The dispute arose from a granite countertop installation gone wrong. The designer recommended I go to a company known as Wall to Wall for my counters. They supply all the material, fabrication, transport, measurement layouts, and installation of their product, but the money went through the designer who has an account with them. The designer did not even help me pick the granite color that I used, she merely told me where to go to get the job done. She ran the quotes and took my money. The tops were unacceptable on arrival, one piece was cut backwards, another shattered during install, the rest was broken and glued back together in many places. They were just a mess. I paid for 75% of the bill. The balance I have not paid as I had to have the tops replaced at my own expense elsewhere. I am in Washington State. Does she have the right to lien my property without having a contractors license and only being a design professional or supplier of supplier?...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 8, 2019
WashingtonLicensesMechanics LienRight to Lien
I have a person who had an attorney contact me saying that he was going to put a lien a investors property that my company general contracted. However we never hired or contracted this person ever so can they get a lien with no proof of claim? ...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 4, 2019
OhioRight to Lien
I hired a contractor who abandoned the project. I have a judgement of $10,000 against the contractor from the Magistrate Court. Can I place a lien on the contractor's property?...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 4, 2019
New MexicoRight to Lien
The original owner of the property where the work was performed passed away in August. The title was in his girlfriend's name with no TOD. Where do we start to try and collect our monies due? Do we try and notify the girlfriend or do we try and attach it to the rest of the estate which is now in probate? The owner that passed away lived in Illinois but the work that was performed was on a property that is in the state of Missouri in the county of Spanish Lake? ...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 4, 2019
MissouriRecovery OptionsRight to Lien
Can a public adjuster file a mechanics lien? How much time do they have from the date they met with the insurance company adjuster? Or from the date that contract has been signed. Homeowner received a check from the insurance, but decided to no proceed with the repair, but to keep the money to himself. There was no additional work performed by the adjuster. ...Read More
By Anonymous General Contractor
1 answerAdd commentNov 6, 2019
IllinoisRecovery OptionsRight to Lien
We have a job in Florida that we are considering exercising our Lien Rights on. From our understanding, we have 90 days from the date of last furnishing/materials to file a Claim of Lien (last date 10-04-2019). Does this mean that we can file this at any time as long as it is before the 90 day cutoff? When should we file? In this case, as of today we have 59 days before the Claim of Lien is due (due 01-02-2020), according to our project page in Levelset. There is an option to file a Notice of Nonpayment Due as well, which is within the same time-frame (due 01-02-2020). How is the Notice of Nonpayment Due used in conjunction with the Claim of Lien?...Read More
By Anonymous Material Supplier
1 answerAdd commentNov 4, 2019
FloridaLien DeadlinesMechanics LienNotice of Intent to LienRight to Lien
I received some final invoices from my contractor for cosmetic home remodeling. I withheld partial payment because I felt some of the invoices were padded. He gave me proposals and then came up with invoices for extra work that he claimed were not part of the orignal bid. He has not cashed my check but just sent me a Sworn Contractors Statement. Not sure what the next step is. We never signed a contract and he never gave me a copy of "Home Repair: Know your Consumer Rights."...Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentOct 30, 2019
IllinoisMechanics LienRight to Lien
We do business across the country and are a temporary staffing agency in the apartment industry. We are curious if there are any states that do not allow us to file a mechanics lien against properties that do not pay for our services....Read More
By Anonymous Contractor
1 answerAdd commentOct 30, 2019
TexasCollectionsMechanics LienRight to Lien