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Are you planning to file a mechanics lien for the services offered on a property improvement?

by Alan M. Cohen LLC Debt Collection Lawyer in Boston

mechanics lien is an excellent tool for contractors, subcontractors, vendors and others who are related to the construction industry to fix payment issues. If any of these professionals who have worked on the improvement of the project file this legal tool, it will put a hold on selling the property before paying off the unpaid amount. When appropriately used, the tool gives surety that the owners complete all required payments to the workers and contractors who offered their services on the project.

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If the worker or the contractor who worked on the property does not have a straight contractual association with the owner of the property, then they should offer a beginning notice at least 20 days in advance of putting the lien.  The filing party should also provide a detailed bill and the statement that gives the description of all the work or the services that was provided at the property that is in question.  The process of filing this legal tool is a little bit different in every area. But this tool is available to everyone who provides labour or services to any property improvement project.

According to legal experts with vast experience in legal fields like civil judgement and mechanics lien in Massachusetts, a mechanics lien should be recorded in a timely manner at the corresponding local or state office in which the project is located. And at the same time, you should hire an attorney to help you through the entire process.   But make sure the legal expert has vast experience in this field so that you are assisted in a proper way.


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