Connecticut Mechanics Lien Lawyer 2017-11-30T17:01:31+00:00

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Lots of customers will want to wait until the very last minute to pay their bills, often promising payments for months at a time, and maybe making partial payments along the way towards a larger bill.  The problem with that process is that while you are getting small payments, the clock is ticking. You see, you only get 90 days from the last day of work on a job to place a mechanics lien on a property.  If you partial payment hoping for the final payoff and too much time passes, you can be barred from securing your debt. We make sure that doesn’t happen by placing the lien as soon as possible.  Even just sending the notice of the lien has caused customers to pay their bill right away!

Sec. 49-33. Mechanic’s lien. Precedence. Rights of subcontractors. (a) If any person has a claim for more than ten dollars for materials furnished or services rendered in the construction, raising, removal or repairs of any building or any of its appurtenances or in the improvement of any lot or in the site development or subdivision of any plot of land, and the claim is by virtue of an agreement with or by consent of the owner of the land upon which the building is being erected or has been erected or has been moved, or by consent of the owner of the lot being improved or by consent of the owner of the plot of land being improved or subdivided, or of some person having authority from or rightfully acting for the owner in procuring the labor or materials, the building, with the land on which it stands or the lot or in the event that the materials were furnished or services were rendered in the site development or subdivision of any plot of land, then the plot of land, is subject to the payment of the claim…

(h) If any person has a claim for more than ten dollars for materials furnished or services rendered in the construction, raising, removal or repairs of any real property, and the claim is by virtue of an agreement with or by consent of the lessee of such real property or of some person having authority from or rightfully acting for such lessee in procuring the materials or labor, then the leasehold interest in such real property is subject to the payment of the claim. This subsection shall not be construed to limit any of the rights or remedies available to such person under subsection (a) of this section.

(i) Any mechanic’s lien may be foreclosed in the same manner as a mortgage.

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Fairfield and New Haven Counties
1 Enterprise Drive
Shelton, CT 06484
203.925.9200

Hartford, Tolland & Middlesex Counties
1290 Silas Deane Highway
Wethersfield, CT 06109
860.263.0394

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*Marshall Service fee for 1 owner included. Additional owners may incur additional charges from the Marshall. No additional fees charged by our office. Fee is for lien only. Foreclosure services available. Contact us for more information.