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Conflicting Property Identification in Georgia Materialmen’s Lien

Posted in Georgia Case Law,Materialmen's Lien (enforcement) by Administrator on the June 17th, 2011

We love writing this blog!  Particularly when two entries in a row provide good news to some of our clients (and prospective clients!) Recently, the Georgia Court of Appeals ruled on the matter 3400 Partners, LLC v. Chavez (No. A11A0554).  In this lawsuit, a painting and concrete subcontractor had filed a materialmen’s lien against a
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Recent Court Ruling Favors Georgia Suppliers & Subcontractors

Posted in Materialmen's Lien (enforcement),Materilamen's Liens by Administrator on the June 9th, 2011

It is always a great pleasure to share good news with our readers–particularly when that good news stems from a Georgia Court of Appeals ruling in favor of a subcontractor! Just a few days ago, the Georgia Court of Appeals ruled on the matter Madison Retail Suwanee, LLC et. al v. Orion Enterprises Sales &
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