Many credit managers have realised the benefits of sending Notices to Owner, and they send them on all construction projects in Georgia–not just when they are required.
A recent Georgia Court of Appeals case held that a Notice of Commencement which failed to include a legal description of the property being improved was deficient; therefore, the court held that a materialman, supplier or subcontractor was relieved of the requirement to send a Notice to Owner (or a Notice to Contractor). In our
Georgia Court of Appeals Requires Strict Compliance of Supplier’s Notice to Owner/Notice to Contractor
Last month, the Georgia Court of Appeals handed down a decision that affects every third-tier subcontractor and supplier working on construction projects in Georgia. In short, the court held that a supplier’s Notice to Owner/Notice to Contractor which failed to include the subcontractor’s address and the location of the project did not comply with statutory
Hello! As you know from our website, the Cobb Law Group is a statewide firm focusing on representing those in the construction industry including suppliers, materialmen, laborers, contractors, sub-contractors, project owners, architects, engineers, and others. Since the Georgia lien laws recently changed significantly, we thought it would be helpful to our clients to create this