A Kentucky Notice to Owner is required on all private projects in order to secure mechanics lien rights. It doesn't have to be sent or filed before the project begins,...
Do you need help getting paid on construction projects in Kentucky? You’re in the right place. This is the main blog page for articles about construction payment in Kentucky. Read the entries below to get started with your search, or follow the links in this description to access other helpful guides and resources.
Even though construction law in Kentucky tends to be more straightforward than other states, there are still nuances and rules that can make getting paid in the Bluegrass State quite the feat. The articles below cover a wide range of topics that can help your financial game in many ways, such as mechanics liens, preliminary notices, lien waivers, pay if paid, enforcing mechanics liens, construction bonds, and more. Additionally, you can find legal updates that outline the most recent developments and changes to construction law in Kentucky to help you stay on top of the rules that affect your ability to get paid on time.
In case you didn’t find what you were looking for here, you can check the Expert Center for advice. Either browse the questions that other contractors have asked, or ask a question of your own to get an answer from a construction attorney who is familiar with construction payment in Kentucky, free of charge.
Finally, you can refer to the Construction Payment Resources page for Kentucky to find templates of all the notices, forms, and documents that you’ll need for your current project or an upcoming project.
Most Recent Posts on Kentucky
For all those that work on construction projects in the Bluegrass State, this is a step-by-step guide that tells you how to file a Kentucky mechanics lien.
We frequently discuss bond claims on this blog, as this is the mechanics lien remedy available to contractors and suppliers on state and federal projects. When working on a project...
The question answered by this post is quite simple: Have you performed work or provided materials that can be the subject of a lien? This post examines a recent Kentucky...