Every contractor who wants to get paid should be fully aware of lien laws. If you aren't paid for your work as specified in the contract, you have the right to sue the owner and record a lien against the owner's property. But in order to be successful, you have to follow the legal path of events.
In this book you will find why you need a good construction contract, what a mechanic's lien preliminary notice is, how to complete and record a mechanic's lien, as well as timing and deadlines for mechanic's liens. You'll also learn how to pursue your claims through arbitration and litigation, and how to release a claim, after you've received payment.