Filing And Removing Mechanic’s Liens
Construction readiness and construction law knowledge go hand in hand. As a contractor engaged in building projects, you must protect your right to proper compensation for your labor. You no doubt invest a great deal in preparedness to do quality work, well in advance of receipt of payments. You hire laborers, rent or buy equipment, bring supplies to the building site and otherwise get ready to complete construction projects according to specifications.
What happens, then, when a general contractor or property developer fails to ensure that you are paid enough and on time? You may need to file a mechanic’s lien against a property when you have not received proper payment for your work. A mechanic’s lien can serve as leverage to ensure that you are paid before the property changes hands. Terry Jessop & Bitner in Salt Lake City can help you take the steps necessary to protect your right to correct payment for a job well done.
Creative — Responsive — Cost-Effective
Typically representing the contractor in mechanic’s lien cases, our attorneys are prepared to help you file a lien on a property and/or get a lien released. We will ensure that you understand your rights according to state laws such as the Utah Construction Lien Act and show you how to stand up for your rights. In cases that have gone on for a long time, lien foreclosures may be appropriate.
With more than 30 years of experience in construction law, real estate law and business law, our lawyers are prepared to deliver the effective representation you expect and deserve. Terry Jessop & Bitner is a relatively small firm offering clients the caliber of representation typically found at large law firms, at affordable prices.
Get The Results You Need Cost-Effectively And Without Delay
For a free consultation to discuss how we can help you file a lien against a property or complete any other mechanic’s liens-related matters, contact a business attorney at our Salt Lake City law firm at your convenience. You may reach our law offices by calling 385-715-4116.