Learn More About Construction Claims of Lien in Florida & How They Work

You might have to file a construction claim of lien, but would you know what to do now?

Are you leaving money on the table? - Start Here


Don’t Lien for Non Lienable Services

A general contractor entered into a contract to remodel a house. He hired a number of subcontractors to complete the contracted work. The interior designer wasn’t one of them; she had a direct contract with the owner but she performed...

Read More


Is It True: My Lien Can Be Discharged in 20 Days?

Many Florida contractors do not know that a statute exists which, if properly exercised, could have their liens canceled. That’s right – canceled. Florida Statute §713.21(4) provides that a lien properly perfected under this chapter may be discharged by an order...

Read More


Supplier’s Lien Not Always Enforceable

A supply house accepts an order from a general contractor for a number of closet doors. The supply house has the closet doors fabricated in line with the specifications provided by the general contractor. But when the doors are delivered...

Read More



Page 1 of 2912345...1020...Last »

Tap to call: 305-347-5295