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Mechanic’s Lien

A Mechanic’s Lien is a legal claim against property that has been improved or serviced by a contractor or subcontractor who has not been paid.

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A Mechanic’s Lien is a legal document that grants a mechanic or contractor the right to retain possession of a property until they receive payment for services rendered. It is commonly used in the construction industry to ensure that contractors and mechanics are fairly compensated for their work. Mechanic’s Liens are typically filed with a county recorder’s office and must include details such as the name of the property owner, a description of the property, and a statement of the amount owed. Once the lien is filed, it serves as a legal claim against the property, which can prevent the property owner from selling or refinancing the property until the lien is satisfied. If the property owner fails to pay the amount owed, the mechanic or contractor can initiate legal proceedings to force a sale of the property in order to collect the debt.

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