Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


What does it mean when a mechanic’s lien is bonded off in Georgia?

Posted in Lien Foreclosure,Materialmen's Lien (enforcement) by Administrator on the April 29th, 2012

This week, we are tackling another great question which we get asked frequently.  As Georgia construction lawyers, we are usually glad when a materialmen’s lien is bonded off as it can increase the speed and likelihood of our client’s recovery. So what is “bonded off”?  As long time readers of this blog understand, a properly
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How Long do Mechanics & Materialmen’s Liens Remain Valid in Georgia?

Posted in Materialmen's Lien (enforcement),Materilamen's Liens,Notice of Action by Administrator on the April 20th, 2012

Potential clients regularly call us and ask how long a lien lasts in Georgia.  As is true in most areas of law, the short answer is “it depends.” Georgia Liens are Valid for One Year: In Georgia, a Claim of Lien is valid for one year from the date that the lien is filed.  If
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Construction Estimating Benchmark Survey

Posted in Uncategorized by Administrator on the April 3rd, 2012

From time-to-time we allow guests to write a blog entry; this gives us an opportunity to take a short break and offers information to our readers which might be interesting.  The following is a guest listing from a software developer who is asking for you to take a short survey regarding construction estimating.  Check it
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