Alabama

With a little bit of research, getting paid on construction projects in Alabama can be a simple process. Begin your research here on the homepage for articles about construction payment in Alabama.

The articles on this page cover a broad array of topics concerning construction law in Alabama. Continue reading below to find articles about mechanics liens, lien waivers, preliminary notices, lien foreclosure, licensing, prompt pay, pay when paid clauses, and much more. You can also find legal updates that help you stay up to date with the latest changes in Alabama construction law.

If you’re searching for something what we haven’t written about yet, you can find the answers you’re looking for on the Expert Center page for Alabama. The Expert Center is a Q&A page for construction payment professionals and contractors, suppliers, and owners. Either browse the questions that have already been answered, or ask your own question for free to get payment advice from construction attorneys and payment specialists.

After you found the information you need, turn to the Construction Payment Resources page for Alabama, where you can find all the notices, documents, and forms you need to take the next step.

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Guide to Alabama Contractor Licensing

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Working without a license in any state, on any type of construction project is typically a bad idea. Alabama, in particular, is very strict when it comes to unlicensed contract...

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Alabama: Notice of Unpaid Lien

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Many states require preliminary notices to be sent at the beginning of work to preserve a claimant’s future lien rights. States like California, Arizona, and Florida have these traditional notice...

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Alabama: Notice of Unpaid Lien

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Many states require preliminary notices to be sent at the beginning of work to preserve a claimant’s future lien rights. States like California, Arizona, and Florida have these traditional notice...

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