In each state, statutes govern the right to a construction lien.  It is almost inevitable that someone, someday, will not meet a required step.  The lien is lost, and with it, whatever leverage or payment security it represented.

There is still a balance to collect—unless the creditor has improvidently signed something that also waives the

Lien waivers do not get the respect they deserve in the realm of protecting the rights to payment in construction. In a prior post in this series we shifted the focus to the owner’s perspective on the problems of liens and payment including the need for collecting lien waivers. Lien waivers are important to both

This is the fourth in a series of posts addressing the protection of the right to payment in the construction industry using construction lien rights as a tool.   Prior posts reviewed the information and analysis needed to identify available lien protections and the early notices many states require. This post highlights the fact that things

This post is the first of a series to highlight means and methods for businesses in the construction industry to protect their rights to payment for what they do. Follow along as we touch on issues of  contracts, collections, construction liens and the corresponding interests of the developers and property owners who build.  Although the