Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


Enforcing Another States Judgment in Georgia

Posted in Commercial Collections,Post-Judgment Collection,Practical Tips by Blue Blog on the June 23rd, 2016

by Mark A. Cobb Question: An owner, a general contractor or a subcontractor owed us money so we sued them in our state (not Georgia!); the court awarded a judgment in our favor, but the defendant – debtor now resides or transacts business in Georgia. How can I enforce the judgment lien from another state
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Download Free Guide to Georgia Mechanics Liens for Suppliers

The Cobb Law Group is pleased to announce the publication of its latest handbook–the Georgia Material Supplier Collection Handbook! This long-overdue collection guide will help credit managers, business owners, and material owners collect the money they are owed on construction projects in Georgia by providing essential tips for filing and enforcing mechanics and materialman’s liens,
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It Is Time to Update Your Credit Applications

by Mark A. Cobb Isn’t it generally true that the best time to ask for something from someone is when they want something from you in return. It doesn’t matter whether it’s your spouse, your neighbor or your boss, if they need a favor from you, they are more likely to grant your favor in
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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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