Is Using A Notice Service Worth It?
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Is Using A Notice Service Worth It?

The choices you make to protect your open construction job-related accounts receivable are yours and yours alone. Naturally, you could choose to rely on standard "Risk" policies. ie: (to extend…

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Why Can’t I lien My Customer?

Seems like a logical assumption. You provided materials or services to your client and they have the ultimate responsibility to pay you. So why can't you put a lien on them?…

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Proof of Preliminary Notice Delivery
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Proof of Preliminary Notice Delivery

When will you need "PROOF" that your preliminary notice was not only served but also received, by an authorized representative of the entity named in the notice? So it looks…

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Confusing a Lien with a Prelim
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Confusing a Lien with a Prelim

So what's the difference? Here is a simple analogy: Let assume that you want to see the latest summer blockbuster movie before it is out of the theater and only…

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What Do We Mean By “Going The Extra Mile?”
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What Do We Mean By “Going The Extra Mile?”

How? How is CRM doing more without raising their rates or adding for extra charges? Be certain of one thing, when the research is completed on your preliminary notice, and…

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Don’t Shoot The Messenger
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Don’t Shoot The Messenger

  Looks like the California Mechanics Lien process just got a little more expensive. Governor Brown has signed into law an amendment to the California Government Code: Title 3, Division 2, Part…

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