Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


Enforce Georgia Lien Claim Before Expiration

by Mark A. Cobb Admittedly, the Mechanics and Materialmen’s Lien Act gives Georgia’s contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers a giant step towards getting the money they are owed.  And, a giant step is a wonderful gift, but there are other steps which must be undertaken if the lien claimant wishes to enforce its lien.  As
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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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Don’t Let Your Georgia Construction Lien Expire–Enforce Your Rights Now!

Posted in Lien Foreclosure,Materialmen's Lien (enforcement),Notice of Action by Administrator on the March 9th, 2012

A potential client just called with a wonderful question: he had filed a Claim of Lien in Georgia, but he wanted to know if we would enforce his lien rights even though we did not file his original lien. Yes, is the answer. There are many lien services–and even some law firms–that only file a
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