The Dangers of an Unlicensed Contractor from Every Angle The State of California requires that contractors in the building trades … Continued
If I Released My California Mechanics Lien, Can I File a New Mechanics Lien on the Same Project? Will the New Mechanics Lien be Enforceable?
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Do Not Lose Your Mechanics Lien Right Through a Subordination Agreement If you are a member of the California construction … Continued
So, You Have a Judgment Against a California Contractor or Subcontractor. What Next? How Can I Enforce Payment?
The Contractors’ State License Board (“CSLB”) represents the interests of the public in California construction matters. In the field of … Continued
Valid Process? Unconstitutional? Invitation for Legislative Change? Various sections of the California Civil Code, beginning with section 8000, protect the … Continued
Challenging and Defending a California Public Works Stop Payment Notice: Affidavit vs. Counter-Affidavit Process
One of the most effective collection procedures available to subcontractors and suppliers to California Construction projects is the “stop payment … Continued
The Notice of Non-Responsibility: Only Limited Protection from Contractor, Subcontractor or Supplier Mechanics Lien Claims
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When working on federal public works construction projects there are no Stop Payment Notice or Mechanics Lien remedies available to … Continued