Construction projects usually involve a tornado of different documents, some of which are more important than others. However, there's one document, in particular, that's essential to ensuring a successful project,...
Although it can be a convoluted process, getting paid on construction projects in Mississippi doesn’t have to be difficult. This is the homepage for articles about construction payment in Mississippi that help you get paid quicker.
You can use this page to find articles about mechanics liens, preliminary notices, lien waivers, lien releases, stop notices, and more. Because getting paid quicker is about more than best practices with sending notices, we’ve also compiled a number of articles that provide you with legal updates to construction law in Mississippi. This allows you to make informed decisions based on the state of the construction industry in Mississippi for both current and future projects.
In case we haven’t discussed the topic you’re looking for yet, you can refer to the Expert Center for more help. The Expert Center is a platform that contractors use to ask questions and receive answers from construction attorneys and other payment professionals. You can either browse the questions that have already been answered or ask a question for yourself, completely free of charge.
Lastly, feel free to check out the Construction Payment Resources page for Mississippi for all the documents and notices you’ll need for upcoming construction projects along with links to other helpful guides. With the Levelset blog, the Expert Center, and the Construction Payment Resources page for Mississippi, you can keep yourself informed and equip yourself to get paid on time regularly.
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Preliminary notices are the building blocks to the mechanics lien process. Subcontractors and suppliers (and sometimes general contractors and design professionals) must send notice to protect their ability to file...
How to File a Mechanics Lien in Mississippi. This step-by-step guide is essential reading for anyone working in the Mississippi construction industry.