Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


Cobb Law Group is Pleased to Support Local Charity Event

Posted in Miscellaneous by Administrator on the February 28th, 2012

Once again, the Cobb Law Group is pleased to be a supporter of the Thomasville Antique Show.  This amazing show has been described as one of the best “small” antique shows in the country.  The quality of antiques available are unparalleled in quality, but it is the people behind the Show that make it so
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When Should a Mechanics’ Lien or a Materialmen’s Lien be Filed in Georgia?

When do I need to file a materialman’s lien in Georgia? According to many telephone conversations with potential clients, this is the question of the week!  If you don’t know, then let us say it clearly, all construction liens (this includes supplier liens, subcontractor liens, contractor liens, mechanic liens, and materialman liens) must be filed
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How Do I Remove a Mechanic’s Lien from my Georgia Property?

Posted in Materilamen's Liens,Notice of Action by Administrator on the February 9th, 2012

How do I get a materialmen’s lien removed from my real estate title?  Before we address this great question, let me ask whether this question helps us predict the future economy: Economic Recovery?  Before the current economic disaster, clients would call and say there was an old mechanic or materialmen’s lien against their property which
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On-line Forms: How To Request a Copy of a Notice of Commencement

Almost every day we receive questions about Georgia’s Notices to Owners and Notices to Contractors (“NTO”).  One of the biggest pitfalls of sending out your own NTO, is that Georgia’s notice requirements mandate that information contained in the NTO must use information contained in the Notice of Commencement filed by the project’s general contractor. For
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Post-Judgment Collection: How Do I Collect on a Judgment Lien in Georgia?

Posted in Commercial Collections,Creditors' Rights,Post-Judgment Collection by Administrator on the February 2nd, 2012

Question: I have a judgment against someone who owes me money; how can I collection on this judgment? That’s a question we hear almost daily around here.  Many law firms will handle a commercial collection matter through judgment, but then they don’t know what to do.  In other words, the typical lawyer will make sure
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