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Ohio Mechanics' Liens - Preserving Them and Defending Against Them In this report you will learn about: •Private Commercial Projects •Construction project participants with lien rights •Notice of Commencement.
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on Federal Projects The Miller Act, 40 U.S.C. §§ 3131 – 3134, requires a prime contractor on a federal project exceeding a cost of $100,000 to post a payment bond and a...
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on Private Projects in Washington State A lien is most beneficial to those companies who do not have privity with the property owner, such as subcontractors and material...
Ohio Mechanic's Lien Law for Private Projects Section 1311.02 provides that every person who performs work or labor, or furnishes materials, in furtherance of any improvement pursuant to a contract (express or implied)...
Building Codes in Tennessee: Legal Implications Liability For Code Violations: Design Professional, Contractor, Owner, Inspector Criminal Sanctions 1.
The Davis Bacon Act The Davis Bacon Act was enacted in 1931 in response to the Great Depression. Since the Federal Government is one of the largest purchasers of construction services and seeks the lowest bid, the Davis...
Public Construction Contracts And Claims, Including Pay-To-Play Limitations In New Jersey Public construction contracts in New Jersey, whether they be contracts for public construction for municipalities and other...
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