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Mechanics Liens

An unpaid contractor, subcontractor, or supplier who follows the strict California rules for notice, recording and filing, can place a lien (known as a mechanics lien) against any property to which the contractor provided services, labor, materials, or equipment.

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What is a mechanics lien?
What is the difference between a mechanic's lien and a stop notice?
What is a Preliminary 20-Day Notice?
Can the general contractor claim a Mechanic's Lien against the property?
Can a handyman file a Mechanics Lien against my property?
How does someone place a mechanic's lien on a property?
When can a contactor record a lien against my property?
What happens when a lien is filed against my property?
How do you enforce a mechanic's lien?
What happens to a mechanic's lien if the property owner declares bankruptcy?
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