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20-day preliminary notices - this page contains a collection of articles with information about preliminary notices and various gotchas to watch out for
Learn what a reputed owner is and how it can affect your mechanic's lien rights
Can the company continue on? Can projects be finished?
How to bid construction jobs - As featured in the Sep/Oct issue of Construction Savvy
Construction attorney David J. Barnier shares rules and strategies for contractors considering a mechanics lien extension on a soon-to-expire lien.
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A sunset clause is a bad idea. Click here to read more from a top liability insurance broker.
Why you MUST send a Notice to Owner before filing a mechanic's lien and how to correctly prepare and serve one.
What you need to know BEFORE signing an unconditional lien waiver form. The things you don't know could cost you significant time, money, and your rights.
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20+ years of contractors' unique chaotic experiences shared to help you to avoid the same! Extensive and exclusive help & articles written to help keep that chaos away from your contracting business!
Construction invoice factoring - Learn why this 'cash flow' can be a viable option for your company
Construction forms and articles to help with every aspect of your construction business
Preparing a construction invoice is frustrating - follow this in-depth guide to get it right