Whether you’re a subcontractor or supplier, if you have worked on or contributed in any way to a property improvement or remodeling project on credit basis then you can use the right to Mechanic’s lien to recover your debt payments. You can place a lien against the property to recover monies from the property owner … Continue reading Massachusetts Mechanic’s Lien Statute Requires Strict Compliance with Rigid Requirements
Just like other industries, it’s equally difficult for sub-contractors and suppliers to recover debts from general contractors and property owners in the construction industry. Often, we see suppliers and sub-contractors struggling to recover debt payments for materials provided and services rendered on a construction job. If you too are in a similar situation and operating … Continue reading Our Experienced Massachusetts Collection Lawyers Not Only Enforce Mechanics Liens but Also Use Other Debt Collection Techniques to Get You Paid
Are you a supplier of materials or a service provider in the construction industry in Massachusetts? Are you working with a general contractor on a construction project? Is the general contractor or property owner delaying your payments because of the housing market? Is the general contractor telling you that they will pay for your lumber, … Continue reading Mechanics Lien Attorneys Help Ensure Payment in Any Housing Market
Do you operate in the construction industry in Massachusetts? Are you finding it difficult to tally the financials on paper with payments received in actual because of the increasing accounts receivable turnover? Is the property owner or general contractor delaying in making timely payments? Whether you’re a supplier or a contractor, if you’re struggling to … Continue reading Mechanics Lien Can Be Used Cumulatively with Other Debt Recovery Tools by an Experienced Construction Litigation Attorney
If you’re a construction industry supplier or contractor struggling to recover your bills in Massachusetts, then you might want to exercise your right to file mechanics lien. A mechanics lien is a claim on project property that can help you secure payment for the services rendered as a contractor or materials provided as a supplier. … Continue reading Strict Compliance is Necessary for Massachusetts Mechanics Lien
Construction industry is one of the most financially vulnerable industries in the US with high debt rations, low profit margins and exponential debt recovery failure rate. One of the top reasons includes that many contractors and suppliers don’t have a strong enough understanding about the construction industry laws in Massachusetts. And this is why they … Continue reading Mechanics Lien, A Debt Collection Tactic That Contractors And Suppliers Ignore At Their Peril
Whether you’re a small business owner or an entrepreneur of a large enterprise in Massachusetts, if you offer flexible credit terms to partners and customers chances are that your financial statements may be showing a yearly increase in account receivables and bad debts. Well, other than the fact that you offer purchases on credit, the … Continue reading Ex Parte Attachments an Overlooked Collections Law Tool Assisting in Debt Recovery of Civil Judgments
Have you or your company performed work for a construction project only to be refused payment? A mechanic’s lien is an invaluable tool that helps the construction industry collect money owed. You have to know what you are doing, however, to use it effectively. In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a mechanic’s lien is security for … Continue reading Mechanic’s Lien – What is it and how does it work?
In Massachusetts, the Mechanic’s Lien statute gives general contractors, sub-contractors, architects, and suppliers an avenue to receive payment by going directly after the property where the work was performed even though they did not have a contract directly with the property owner. While this statute provides added payment protection, it is an extremely detailed, complex, … Continue reading Considering a Mechanics Lien? In Massachusetts, Call a Lawyer First.
TIRED OF BEING STIFFED?? MECHANIC’S LIENS WORK FOR MY CLIENTS!! A lumber supplier, with a significant delinquent receivable, consulted me. The supplier did not want to file suit for fear of losing its customer, but wanted to gain security. I suggested filing a Mechanics Lien. The next day, I prepared the Notice of Contract and … Continue reading A Mechanics Lien Can Make the Difference Between Getting Paid Or Getting Stiffed